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Volume 5, Number 23 



Mattapoisett • Marion • Rochester 



June 14, 1996 





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ORR Class of 1996 
'The y Go Together And Will Always Be As One' 

By Dionne F. Richmond 



Students posed for pictures outside, gathered 
with friends with flowers in hand, and made last 
minute adjustments to their graduation caps and 
gowns before lining up to march to the "Pomp and 
Circumstance" inside the ORR gymnasium. 

The bright sunny skies came a little too late 
to hold the graduation outside, as relatives and 
friends packed the chairs and bleachers inside the 
gymnasium, waving graduation exercises booklets 
to try and stay cool. Having to make an early 
decision, school officials opted to hold the 
graduation indoors. Fans and open doors did not 
seem to cool down the packed gymnasium. Many 
parents and relatives filled up the hallway, trying to 
get a glimpse inside. Some people sat outside on 
picnic tables, listening to the speakers outside, 
instead of fighting the crowds inside. 

Shannon McGowan sang the National 
Anthem and received a thunderous applause when 
she finished. Sarah E. Chase, Class President, 
welcomed the class with an original poem. After 
wracking her brains, she said a poem seemed most 
appropriate. In her poem, she said their days spent 
together would not be forgotten or lost— and hoped 
their paths would one day cross. 

She also read aloud an inspiring poem 
written by her grandmother to "Give a little pleasure 
everywhere you go, from seeds of kindness sown 
along the way." "Shoot for the moon, if you don't get 
there, you'll surely land on a star," she said, using a 
famous quote. 

Principal Mr. James Egan spoke to the class 
and thanked the parents in the audience for their 
support. He told the students they can be confident, 



MATTAPOISETT SPECIAL TOWN ELECTION 
Tuesday, June 11, 1996 



QUESTION 1: Shall the Town of Mattapoisett ap- 
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costs of engineering design services for a sewer 
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costs of rehabilitating up to 600 feet of sewer main 
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Above: Inside the ORR gymansium during the ORR 
High School's commencement exercises which were 
held on June 8, 1996. 

On Tlie Cover: Students at ORR are all smiles 
minutes before they march to the "Pomp and 
Circumstance" inside the ORR gymnasium. Class 
Officers are Sarah Chase (President), Lindsay A. 
O'Connell (Vice President), Elizabeth A. Xavier 
(Secretary) and Jeffrey P. Sanders (Treasurer). 



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Crossword & Horoscope 62 

Legal Notices 64 

Local Tide Listing 78 

Marion Selectmen's Meeting 21 

Mattapoisett Selectmen's Meeting 16 

Movies & Entertainment 60 

Police Log 33 

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Rochester Selectmen's Meeting 28 

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"you are one with your experiences." 

"Your friends are an extension of 
you--without whom you would not be complete," he 
added. The students will find that their families and 
friends will be their refuge. "A friend is concerned 
with everything you do." 

Elizabeth Xavier, president of the honor 
society, introduced the class valedictorian, a person 
she said was involved with too many activities to 
name. "Despite all of her accomplishments, she 
keeps her life in perspective and she never takes 
herself too seriously," she said. She then introduced 
Amelia Thrall, Class Valedictorian. 

She greeted everyone including the band all 
the way in the back and then gave her Valedictory 
address. 

"Did you ever wish that you had a theme 
song? You would walk into work on the first day of 
your new job feeling confident because your theme 
song is playing; you're the hero and the hero always 
wins. I'm a little jealous of Alex Trebeck, Mr. Rogers 
and especially Jerry Seinfield with his slap bass 
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would each get to pull out a list of 20 people without 
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Graduation would last about two hours longer, 
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and prepare for tonight's festivities. 

"It's important for us to stop and think what 
all the celebrations will be for. They're for our 
success. That piece of paper represents 12, 13 years 
of our lives. 

"There are many people in the stands who 
will only recognize a few of our names. The rest of 
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people in red and white. We all may feel silly in 
these large gowns with these really uncomfortable 
hats, but there is a reason behind this tradition. As 
much as we wrap ourselves up in our own 
traditional lives, today is important for us to realize 
that we are each a member of Old Rochester 
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teachers and lived with the same rules. 

"We see the same people in the hall every 
day and eat the same food. I believe that there is 
another person in this class who has often had the 
same thoughts as you, even though perhaps you 
have never said more than five words to each other. 

"Maybe the person that you really can't get 
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"Because we've been with each other for so 
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Distinction during graduation were: 

• English— Amelia Thrall 
•Social Studies— Amelia Thrall 
•Math-David A. Hiller 

•Science— James G. Fogg, David A. Hiller 
•French— James G. Fogg 
•Spanish— Shaun D. Selha 

• Latin— Maureen L. Upton 
•Art-Crystal R. Weider 

•Band— Jarrett D. Osborn, Amelia M. Thrall 
•Chorus— Kimberly R. Reddy 

• Industrial Technology— Andrew W. Kortright 
•Physical Education—Tina M. Pittsley, Nathaniel P. 
Corwin 

The following awards were given to the 
following individuals at the Senior Award 
Ceremony held on Tuesday, June 4th: 
•The State House Awards were presented by Rep. 
William Straus to :Amelia Thrall, James Fogg, Justin 
Hahn, David Hiller, Kate Muldoon, Joel Ostiguy, 
Andrea Pickup, Suzanne Stroud, Maureen Upton, 
and Elizabeth Xavier. 

•Marion Visiting Nuses Book Award— Abigail 
Coffin. 

•U.S. Naval Academic/Service Awards— John Mello, 
Amelia Thrall, and Christina Tougas. 
•Stonehill College Honors Scholar Award— Joel 
Ostiguy. 

•United Way Volunteer Award— Jennifer Noyer. 
•D.A.R. Award-Sarah Chase. 
•Sippican Choral Society Award— Shannon 
McGowan. 
•Principal's Athlete /Scholar Awards— James Fogg 



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• Antifreeze Recycling 

• Fuel Injection Service 



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Vice-President 

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or by Appointment 

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Mattapoisett, MA 02739 



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III and David Hiller. 

•New England Math League Award— David Hiller. 

•Physics Academic Medals— James Fogg and David 

Hiller. 

•Foreign Language Academic 

Medals— Spanish— Shaun Selha, French— James 

Fogg— Latin-Maureen Upton. 

•Social Studies Academic Medal— Amelia Thrall. 

•Music Academic Medal— Jarrett Osborn and Amelia 

Thrall. 

•Business Academic Medal— Jennifer Noyer. 

• Industrial Technology Academic Medal— Andrew 
Kortright. 

•Art Academic Medal— Crystal Weider. 
•John Philip Sousa Award— Richard Jones. 
•Louis Armstrong Award— David Mitton. 
•Most Valuable Performer Award— Jarrett Osborn 
•National School Choral Award— Shannon 
McGowan. 

•Business Law Award— Christopher Carey. 
•C.P Accounting Award— Jennifer Noyer. 
•Intro, to Computer Award— Tina Pittsley 
•Adv. Computer Applications Award— Scott Costa. 
•Physical Education Medals— Tina Pittsley and 
Nathaniel Corwin. 

• Excellence in Physical Education— Mary Bourque 
and Janalba Guyton. 

•ORR Extra Effort Award— Tara Sullivan. 

•Outstanding Achievement in Technical Prep. 

Science— John Duff III. 

•Outstanding Achievement in Technical Prep. 

Business-Mary J. Bourque. 

•New England Institute of Technology— Nicholas 

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•Applied Physics I Award— Erik Cameron. 

•Applied Physics II Award— Shaun Selha. 

•Physics Roller Coaster Competition— Jill Lazatin 

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Garden Tours lpm and 3pm 
June 16th and 23rd 

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•Build'em and Bust'em Bridge Competition— Eric 

Haarala. 

•Exemplary Personal Achievement Awards—Jennifer 

Burke, John James, Shaun Selha. 

•Peer Mediation Awards—Elizabeth Coffin, Matthew 

Epstein, Christopher Findley, Patricia Harrington, 

Jessica Manning, Elizabeth Rogers, Jeffrey Sanders, 

Molly Wilkins, Aaron Williams, Andrea Wright. 

•School To Work Award— Katherine Bokelkamp, 

Scott Costa, Colleen Duffy, Marci Galvin, Jill Lazatin, 

Christine Newsham, Lisa Robidoux, Katherine 

Southworth, Michael Whittemore. 

•National Merit Scholarship Finalist— Amelia Thrall. 

•National Merit Scholarship Commendation— Justin 

Hahn, David Hiller, Douglas Hunt, Robert Van 

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•National Honor Society Awards— Elizabeth Xavier, 

Jennifer Noyer, Andrea Pickup, Erick Cameron, 

James Fogg, Suzanne Stroud, Stephanie Stroud, 

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•Continental Cablevision Award— Garrett J.E. 

LaBonte. 

•Mattapoisett Road Race Awards-Abigail Coffin, 

Christopher McCarthy, Lindsey O'Connell, Nicole 

Prefontaine, Stephanie Stroud. 

•Northeast Conference Award-Spanish— Andrea 

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•Northeast Conference Award-French— James Fogg. 

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FAULTY PRICING LOGIC 



When pricing your home 
for sale, you may ask: 
"Why not price it higher 
than the house is worth be- 
cause buyers will usually 
offer less than the listed 
price?" Although this strat- 
egy may SOUND logical, 
you will most likely end up 
with less than if you had 
priced it realistically. 

Your Realtor can show 
you recent comparable 
sales (what similar houses 
in your area sold for). 
Houses that sell within a 
reasonable length of time 
are generally priced within 
5% of market value. Houses 
that are over-priced by 
more than 10% receive little 
or no activity. 



Buyers tend to concen- 
trate on properties that are 
listed close to market value. 
Those who would be the 
most logical buyers will by- 
pass it and purchase else- 
where. In addition, a house 
that's been on the market 
for a lengthy period of time 
carries somewhat of a 
stigma ~ buyers (and some 
Realtors) tend to feel that 
something must be wrong 
with it. You will do yourself 
a big favor, in both selling 
time and profit, if you price 
your house properly from 
the start. 

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•MA Foreign Language Asso. 
Award-French— Elizabeth Xavier. 
•MA Foreign Language Asso. Award- 
Latin— Maureen Upton 

•MA Foreign Language Asso. Award for Leadership 
in Language Activities— Lindsay O' Connell. 
•Gridiron Awards—Nathaniel Corwin, Heather 
Leclair, Scott Sylvester 

Scholarships awarded O.R.R. graduates will 
be reported in next week's Wanderer. 

Mattapoisett Selectmen's Meeting 

By Dionne F. Richmond 

A regular meeting of the Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen was 
called to order on Tuesday, June 11 at 7:00 pm by Chairman John N. 
DeCosta. Also present were Selectman Paul E. Lambalot, Selectman 
Michele Bemier and Executive Secretary Carol Adams. 

At 7:00 pm the board met with Mr. Robert Gardner to discuss the 
upcoming 26th Annual July 4th Road Race. Having already contacted the 
Police Chief, Mr. Gardner assured Selectmen that staffing will be provided 
for that day. People from all over have been calling Mr. Gardner for 
applications for the race, he said. AD of the money from the race goes to 
ORR graduates. This year five $1,000 scholarships were awarded to 
graduates going on to college. Selectmen unanimously approved this 
request to hold this race. 

The community has been extremely supportive of the race, 
providing water from hoses for those running the race. Last year there were 
about 700 registered runners and 600 who finished the race. 

At 7:30 pm the board met with representatives of Continental 
Cablevision Steve Cushing and Mattapoisett Cable Advisory Committee 
Chairman Daniel White to discuss an amendment to their existing contract. 

The plans indude installing a fiber optic I-NET system in 

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Is your portfolio ready to withstand the ups and 

downs of the future? 

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to schedule a confidential appointment. 

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municipal buildings. Continental Cablevision has suggested that the town 
might want to opt for a Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC) system instead of a 
pure fiber optic hookup. Selectmen were informed they couldn't proceed 
with an amendment right away. 

The system would link all town buildings including Town Hall, 
the Department of Public Works, the Water Department, the Police Station, 
the Fire Station, the schools, and the public library. Representatives from 
Continental Cablevision said they needed Selectmen's permission to 
proceed with the installation of the cable system in town. Selectman 
Lambalot made a motion to allow the installation of the cable system; it 
passed unanimously. 

Under incoming correspondence for the week the Board 
received: 

♦A memo was received from the Town Accountant Joseph 



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ESTATES PURCHASED 
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Oriental Rugs 

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Bolton, with regard to FY year end and closing schedule. 

•A notice was received that Christopher Jaskolka is now 
Chairman of the Planning Board and that Barry W. Perkins is the Clerk. 

•A copy of a letter to the editor was received from Diane Perry 
clarifying her position concerning the proposed development of the Nunes' 
estate property in Mattapoisett. She wrote that she supports the project, and 
believed it could be a "win/win" situation, "provided that the developers 
follow wetland protection acts, as well as the laws, rules and regulations of 
the town of Mattapoisett and give due consideration to the diverse 
concerns of abutters, neighbors and other interested citizens." 

•A letter was also received from the Rochester Board of 
Selectmen to extend their gratitude to Selectman DeCosta for coordinating 
the Memorial Day festivities with the ROTC. 

♦Correspondence was also received from Geordie Vining, the 
Department of Environmental Management Coastal Access Planner, 
expressing an interest in contributing to the acquisition cost of the Nunes 
property should the developer fail to purchase the land. 

"It is conceivable that the plan for developing this property will 
fail, as other proposals for this property have in the past. I am writing to 
communicate the DEM's potential interest in contributing a portion of the 
acquisition cost, should the developer fail to purchase the land by the 
purchase sales agreement's July 1, 1996 deadline. Ms. Adams noted the 
DEM was probably not under the impression there was already a vote 
taken on the issue. 

•Official notification was received of the resignation of Barry J. 
Denham as a member of the Planning Board. The Planning Board requested 
a meeting with Selectmen on July 16th to fill this vacancy. Selectmen will 
accept applications until June 28th at 4:00 pm. Those interested candidates 
are encouraged to apply for the position by sending a letter of interest to 
the Mattapoisett Town Hall. 

•Superintendent Nicholson submitted a copy of a funding 
proposal for "Flushing Rates and Estimate Nitrogen Loading of Eel Pond" 
through the Buzzards Bay Project. 

♦Fire Chief Ronald Scott submitted a copy of a letter to the 




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Executive Director of the Housing for the Elderly relative to a proposed fire 
drill to be held on June 14 at 7:00 pm. In the letter Chief Scott explains the 
department has developed a plan that should be followed to safeguard 
residents and complex. Residents will be required to participate so in a real 
emergency situation they will be prepared. The drill will last about two 
hours. 

•The Plymouth County Commissioners forwarded notification 
of approved rates for health, dental and insurance for FY 1996-1997. 

Under the executive secretary's report the Board discussed 
parking at the town beach and charging people who park on side streets 
who walk onto the beach. They reached a decision to allow only town 
residents to park at the beach. Since it is difficult to check to see if a person 
is a town resident, the Board voted not to challenge walk-ons at this time 





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although other options are being considered. 

Two members are also needed to serve on the Finance 
Committee. All those interested candidates should send a letter of interest 
to the Mattapoisett Town Hall no later than July 1 at 4:00 pm. 

At 7:30 the Board met with Marilyn Lee to discuss the re- 
establishment of a Recreation Group. Having sewed on that group for 
seven years until the group stopped meeting, Ms. Lee has agreed to start up 
another group. Her first concern was providing a phone for emergencies at 
the Town Beach as well as providing a float. Ms. Adams said they will 
supply a cellular phone for emergences only, and also noted there is a 
portable radio there as well, to contact police immediately. 

Ms. Lee asked when a float would be provided for safety and 
swimming lessons as several citizens have asked her about a float. She was 
informed that the previous float was damaged beyond repair. 
Harbormaster Steve Mach is currently finding estimates for a new float Ms. 
Adams said she didn't know the cost of a new float and there is a 
possibility of an article for a float to be placed on next year's town meeting. 

Having a fundraiser for a new float is also a possibility. Ms. Lee 
also expressed her concern that many baseball teams are not on the fields 
yet. Selectmen said this was the first time they heard any complaints 
regarding baseball teams. Those residents interested in serving on the 
newly formed Recreation Group are encouraged to submit a letter of 
interest to the Town Hall. 

Under discussion items, Selectman Bernier proposed buying a 
banner which will read "Vote Today" to remind residents to vote during 
annual Town Elections. 



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Chairman DeCosta also discussed repairs for the tennis court. He 
visited the courts with Highway Surveyor Wesley Bowman to see what 
maintenance work was needed. There have also been several complaints 
about a strong odor coming from the wharf. Selectmen will instruct the 
Board of Health to take samples of the water in that area to try and 
determine the cause. 

There being no further business for the Board to discuss, they 
closed the regular Selectmen's meeting to meet in executive session to 
discuss a pending litigation with Town Counsel at 8:00 pm only to adjourn 
for the evening. 

Marion Selectmen's Meeting 
June 11, 19% 
By Kenneth }. Souza 
A regular meeting of the Marion Board of Selectmen was called 
to order on Tuesday, June 11 at 7:00 pm by Chairman Jonathan "Jody" 
Dickerson. Also present were Selectman Albert E. Winters, Selectman 
Loretta B. Schaefer, Executive Secretary Ray Pickles, and Secretary Helene 
Craver. 

After approving the minutes of the May 28 meeting and signing 




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treasury warrants 50 and 51 for the week, the board reviewed incoming 
correspondence for the week, beginning with an announcement from 
Washburn Electrical Company, Inc. that they will be dosing all phases of 
their business as of Friday, June 14. Having been a family-owned and 
operated business in Marion for some 70 years, the board expressed their 
regret at the announcement. 

"(The Washburns) have done a lot for this town," said Selectman 
Winters. "I think every department in Town Hall has benefitted from their 
services at one time or another. I move that we send a letter thanking them 
both for their dedication to the town, and for providing service to Marion 
residents for 70 years." The board unanimously approved Selectman 
Winters' motion. 

Town Counsel Thomas P. Crotty next submitted a letter to the 
board suggesting that either the Conservation Commission or Board of 
Selectmen may appoint members to an Open Space Acquisition Committee. 
The board agreed to solicit volunteers from a wide variety of groups, 
including representatives of the ConCom and other town boards. 

The board next unanimously appointed the following officers to 
the Marion Emergency Medical Services (EMS): W. Dale Jones (Director); 
Dale Thackeray (First Deputy Director); Joan C. Wing (Second Deputy 
Director); Anita Waagen (Secretary); Mary MacLean (Training Officer); 
Nelson Adams (Maintenance Officer); Cornelia Dougall (Paramedic 
Coordinator); Everett F. Eaton (Infection Control Officer). 

At 7:15 pm the board met with Donald DePina to discuss the 
possible renaming of the Point Road playground in memory of Sgt Robert 
A. Lopes, a Marion native and Vietnam veteran who died two years ago at 
the age of 47. According to Mr. DePina, Sgt. Lopes "meant something to me, 




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and he meant something to the residents of East Marion." 

Mr. DePina — who previously sent a written request to the board 
on this same subject — said he felt the town's policy of not naming public 
places after individuals was antiquated and needed to be reconsidered. "I 
feel this policy should be reconsidered," he said. "(Bob) grew up in and 
around that park ... he not only grew up here, but he contributed something 
to the town. Let's give the playground a personality." 

Though the board stressed that the policy has been in place for 
some 20 years, they were agreeable to taking the matter under advisement, 
and commended Mr. DePina for making a strong case. 

"For the nine years 1 served as Selectman, it really struck me how 
neglected the Point Road playground is," added Edwin "Ted" Pratt. "I 
think by renaming the park in honor of Sgt. Lopes, it will not only ensure 




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the park's upkeep ... it will recognize a community in Marion." 

At 7:30 pm the board met with Dennis Luttrell of the Buzzards 
Bay Action Committee (BBAQ to discuss the Holmes Brook Stormwater 
Remediation Project and the overall scope of the proposed retention pond 
which will be required as part of the process. Chairman Dickerson began 
by saying he and his fellow board members were surprised to learn at last 
week's Special Town Meeting that the proposed "lagoon" or "retention 
pond" which will be used to filter the stormwater as part of the project is 
quite larger than they were led to believe. 

But Dennis Luttrell, who prefaced his comments by stating he 
was present at the board's request and only as a representative of the 
BBAC, said the scope of the project has not changed since its conception 
nearly four years ago. "I want to go on record as saying that I've stepped 
down as chairman of the Conservation Commission," Mr. LutfM said. "I 
thought that if the (Selectmen) had a problem with me, it might foster a 
better working relationship (between them and the ConCom) if I stepped 
down." 

After presenting a brief recap of the history of the Holmes Brook 
project — which was selected to receive a grant from the Department of 
Environmental Protection (DEP) last year — Mr. Luttrell said the BBAC up 
to this time has been proceeding under a Memorandum of Agreement 
which the Board of Selectmen signed to construct two "lagoons" and a 
third educational component which will be used by students of Sippican 
School as a "outdoor classroom" But further work on the project ceased 
last week when the Board of Selectmen stated their concern over the size of 
the "lagoons" to be used — especially those located behind Taber Hall, 
which the town is in the process of selling at the present time. 




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Residents and other board members were present at the meeting, 
most of whom stood firmly on either side of the issue. "I don't understand 
how (the Selectmen) are so uninformed on this project," said Edwin "Ted" 
Pratt. "A lot of work has gone into establishing a cooperative and inclusive 
project ... which is bound to be productive. But you've dearly 
misrepresented the facts here." 

But Selectman Winters said there's always been some grey area 
as to the design work which needs to be done. "When I came on the board 
in 1993, the presentation (on Holmes Brook), as I recall it, left the better part 
of the brook intact," he said. 

Mr. Luttrell said that no definitive design has been prepared, 
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Taber Hall. But Mr. Pickles noted there is only 1.2 acres of property behind 
Taber Hall. Chairman Dickerson also added that there is a deed restriction 
in the town-owned Holmes Woods which precludes them from selling the 
property or making any major changes in the overall appearance. 

"What I'm concerned about is having something like Sprague's 
Cove planted in the middle of the village," Selectman Winters said. 

Selectman Schaefer seemed to think that much of the 
misunderstanding centered around the term "lagoons," which immediately 
reminds people of the recently-constructed Sprague's Cove Stormwater 
Remediation Project near Silvershell Beach. 

Mr. Luttrell then offered the alternative "wet ponds," or 
"retention ponds" to describe what was being proposed. He also stressed 
that this is an ongoing process, and their next step would be to prepare a 
design which would come before the Board of Selectmen and be presented 
in a public meeting forum so that abutters could provide input. 

Frank Germano — who recently took over the chairmanship of 
the ConCom after Mr. Luttrell stepped down — said he initially was 
opposed to the stormwater remediation projects, until he witnessed the 
results of Sprague's Cove. "At first I was against (Sprague's Cove)," he 
said. "But now I've seen the levels of (fecal coliform) radically decreased. 
We need to seriously consider what we are going to do at Holmes Brook ... 
it is the single largest source of pollution into Sippican Harbor." 

Resident Geoff Lafond expressed his dismay over what seems to 
be a difficult project to pin down. "I think the town was trying to affect an 
important sale (at Town Meeting) the other night)," Mr. Lafond said. "And 
as an abutter, I'm concerned about this project which I can't seem to get my 
hands around. I'm not opposed to cleaning up the stormwater runoff ... but 
it makes no sense to me to sacrifice a wood lot to save water." 

Yet others felt that the two issues — the sale of Taber Hall and 
the proposed Holmes Brook project — were being used as political 
footballs. "I've seen the Board of Selectmen twice assailed and hit with 
Molotov cocktails by one person who wore several hats in town," resident 
Tyler Blethen said, referring to Mr. Luttrell. "Dennis, why didn't you bring 
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Meeting)? Why did you wait until the last minute to bring it up? I, for one, 
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"I think everyone has to try and put this behind us," Mr. Pratt 
said. "This growing tension (between town boards) has effected an awful 
lot of people in town. I think everyone needs to start cooperating to work to 
find solutions to these serious environmental problems." 

Selectman Winters moved for the board to reaffirm their 
commitment first: to affecting some type of stormwater remediation at 
Holmes Brook; second: to reaffirm their Memorandum of Agreement with 
the BBAC to proceed with said project without violating the deed 
restrictions for Holmes Woods; third: that as little property as possible is 
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June 10, 1996 

By Jennifer J. Ouellette 

Town Moderator William Chamberlain called 
the Rochester Annual Town Meeting to order at 7:46 
pm on Monday, June 10, 1996 having reached a 
quorum of some 218 voters. Among those present 
were Selectmen Chairman Lorraine Roy Hawkes, 
Selectman David Hughes, Selectman Richard Cutler, 
Town Counsel Everett Marder, Finance Committee 
Chairman Patricia Ryan, Town Clerk Naida Parker, 
and Police Chief Walter Denham. 

Ms. Parker motioned to change the following 
in ARTICLE 2 of the warrant: amending the Town 
Clerk's salary from $8,000 to $8,500; amending the 
Tax Collector's salary from $8,000 to $8,500; and 
amending the Highway Surveyor's salary from 
$40,000 to $41,500. With these changes approved, 
Town Meeting passed ARTICLE 2 via majority vote. 

Under ARTICLE 3, voters considered the 
town's General Operating Budget, including town 
employee salaries. The recommended salaries for the 
listed members of the town in the appendix to the 
warrant were read aloud. Any questions which 
voters had on specific line items were "held" until 
the end for discussion. 

The following salaries were held for further 
discussion — General Administrator, Town 
Accountant, Assessor's Expense Account, Tax 
Collector, Town Clerk, Dog Officer, Highway 
Surveyor, and Park Department. After making some 
minor changes in salary amounts, voters approved 



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the Operating Budget for fiscal year 1997. 

Supporters packed the Memorial School 
auditorium for ARTICLE 8, which requested a 
transfer of $69,420 from Free Cash to be used by the 
ORR School Committee to pay Rochester's share of a 
new track facility at Old Rochester Regional High 
School. 

A teacher stood up and informed voters that 
the track would be a "community track ... not just a 
high school track." She also stated that the life 
expectancy of the track was 8 to 10 years, and 
maintenance would only be an estimated $2,000 a 





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year. The article was passed via majority vote. 

Under ARTICLE 13, voters debated the 
merits of hiring an additional lifeguard for 
Silvershell Beach in Marion. Marion asked Rochester 
to contribute a lifeguard to the beach, as Rochester 
residents share beach rights with Marion. A motion 
was made to raise $2,700 for the purpose of funding 
the additional lifeguard for Silvershell Beach. The 
article was passed via majority vote. 

In a related matter, voters were asked to 
allow the Board of Selectmen to charge user fees for 
Silvershell Beach under ARTICLE 14. This article 
was also approved with a vote of 100 to 73. 

Under ARTICLE 19, voters were to be asked 
to consider changing the personnel policy to 
incorporate tenure into making reappointments. 
However, the article was tabled without debate. 

Much attention was given to ARTICLE 26 
and ARTICLE 27, both of which would establish a 
new position of Executive Secretary for the town and 
set a salary for that position of $40,000. Article 26, 
which empowered the Board of Selectmen to 
appoint an Executive Secretary, was approved via 
majority vote. 

Under Article 27, there was a little concern as 
to what the Executive Secretary's duties would 
entail. Several officials supported the stance that the 
Executive Secretary would be hired as an agent of 
the Board of Selectmen, and he/she will do the work 
of a Town Administrator. The article was also passed 
via majority vote. 

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encountered. A motion was made to transfer the 
care, custody, and control of a portion of the town- 
owned land located on Dexter 's Lane and shown as 
Parcels 13 and 17 on Assessor's Map 6 to the Board 
of Park Commissioners for public playground 
purposes. 

However, after reviewing the article it was 
discovered that the meeting had no authority to 
transfer care. Before the land can change hands the 
Board of Selectmen must vote to release the land to 
the Park Department. Therefore, the article was 
tabled, 72 to 55. 

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June 30, 1996 

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ARTICLE 39. The original motion of this article was 
to vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $150,000 
for the purpose of road and drainage repair 
throughout the Town of Rochester. In order to meet 
this appropriation, the Treasurer — with the 
approval of the Board of Selectmen — is authorized 
to borrow such sums of money under MGL Chapter 
59, Section 21 C. 

However, the motion was changed to raise 
and appropriate the sum of $150,000 for the purpose 
of road and drainage repair throughout the town. 
The rest of the original motion was eliminated 
because it was a "Proposition 21/2 override." The 
amended motion was passed unanimously. 

Fourteen of the articles on the Town Meeting 
warrant were unanimously approved by voters, 
including ARTICLE 10, which allowed the town to 
refurbish Engine #3 for the Fire Department. 
Twenty-five articles were passed via majority vote. 

Town Meeting also agreed to table several 
big money items on the warrant, including: 

• ARTICLE 23, which requested $39,650 for 
the installation of a complete fire alarm system in the 
Town Hall, Fire Station, Town Barn, North Fire 
Station, Police Department, Plumb Memorial 
Library, and the Rochester Memorial School; and 



HEARING AID SALE 




All In Ear Canal Aid Petite Canal 
$355.00 $475.00 $549.00 

All Make Repair $69.50 

Panasonic & Rayovac 
Batteries (Any Size) .. 
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OPEN 8am-7:30pm - 7 Days a week! 
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• ARTICLE 37, which requested $25,000 to 
purchase a new generator for Memorial School. 

Mattapoisett Police Log 

The following log excerpts are for the dates of June 3-8, 

1996. 

•West Hill Road—domestic abuse 

x*West Hill Road— suspicious activity 

•Cannon Street— medical ambulance request 

•Fairhaven Road— breaking and entering, forced 

entry 

•Church Street— vandalism 

•Brandt Island Road-vandalism 

•Fairhaven Road— suspicious motor vehicle 



•County Road— disorderly conduct 

•Barstow Street— suspicious persons 

•County Road-arrest on another department's 

warrant 

•Brandt Island Road-suspicious motor vehicle 

•Fairhaven Road-breaking and entering 

•Cannon/Church Street-motor vehicle accident 

•Wolf Island Road-suspicious motor vehicle 

Rochester Police Log 

The following log excerpts are for the dates of June 1-6, 

1996. 

•Braley Hill Road— animal complaint 



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Nick's Homemade 
Pizza 





* BEER & Wine* 

* Fast & Courteous Service * 

* An Extraordinary Pizza at Ordinary Prices * 

* Best Homemade Pizza & Subs in the Area 

For Fast Service Call 

758-2277 or 758-3337 

27 County Road (Route 6) 
Mattapoisett 

Open 7 Days -Sun thru Thur. 10:30am-10pm, 
Friday & Sat 10:30am-llpm 





Remember Dad On Father's 

Day the 16th. 

We have a nice selection 

of unique gifts and cards, 

clothing for men too! 

SUNDAY 9-5 NOW SERVING 

- Coffee & Tea to Go! 

Uncle Jon's Muffins & Scones 

-Sunday Newspapers 

Boyds Bears, Calico Kittens and Many Other Collectibles 
mwMM \ Extensive Line of Seasonal Flags 

£3mm\ Greeting Cards - All Occasion 




Open Summer Daily 9-5:30, Friday till 8pm 
148 Front Street, Marion Center (508) 748-6611 



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PLUMBING & HEATING 

Reg. # 8967 

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Serving the Greater Mattapoisett Area Since 1 935 
Licensed Men 

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Plumb Library— stolen property 

Snipatuit Estates-disturbance 

Snipatuit Road-suspicious motor vehicle 

New Beford Road-vandalism 

Bates Road-trespassing 

Knight and Look Campground—disturbance 

New Bedford Road— larceny 

Lloyd's— lost wallet 

Snipatuit Road— larceny 

Bennett Road— possible gunshot 

Gerrish Road— suspicious activity 

Snipatuit Estates /Gerrish Road— vehicle pursuit 

Knight and Look Campground—medical request 

New Bedford Road— animal complaint 

Decas Bog— arrest 

Burgess /Neck Road— animal complaint 

North Avenue-breaking and entering 

Alley Road-suspicious activity 

Bishop Street— animal complaint 

Cushman Road-vandalism 



Marion Police Log 

The following log excerpts are for the dates of June 2-8, 

1996. 

•County Road— protective custody 




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Spring Street— gathering 

Delano Road— fireworks complaint 

County Road-motor vehicle complaint 

Front Street-general offenses 

Island Wharf Road— medical emergency 

Rezendes Terrace-general offenses 

Lewis Street-suspicious motor vehicle 

Spring Street-vandalism, past 

Bay Road— annoying phone calls 

Wareham Road— suspicious activity 

Mansfield Avenue-missing person 

Front Street— larceny, past 

Mill Street—shoplifting, past 

Front Street— animal complaint 

Creek Street-medical emergency 

Front Street-youths in street 

Lewis Street— sex offense, past 



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PHOTOGRAPHY 




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FAIRHAVEN - LAUREL STREET - This 3 bedroom 
Cambrel with large lawn and garden area has a 
back addition and deck for casual living. Many 
updates REDUCED $137,500. 



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GTS 
GLASS TINTING SPECIALISTS 

162 Huttleston Ave., 
Fairhaven MA 
(508) 992-9908 

THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUR WINDOWS 

1. Windows allow harmful ultraviolet rays to pass thru 
and cause damage to furnishings, carpets, paintings, 
wallpaper, draperies, and even your body. 

2. Windows allow the heat from the sun to pass thru 
causing excess energy to be wasted cooling your home. 

3. Windows are made to allow visibility outside, but 
think, how can you enjoy the view if your windows are 
covered with draperies, verticals or other types of non 
transparent treatments. 

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Washburn Electrical Co., Inc. 

13 Washburn Lane - P.O. Box 566 

Marion, MA 02738 

ELECTRICAL - CONTRACTORS 

748-0238 

Dear Friends, 

It is with great regret that Washburn Electrical 
Co., Inc., announces that it will be closing all 
phases' of its business as of Friday, June 1 4, 1 996. 
All work that is not completed by that date will 
be honored and completed. 

Many of you and your families have been our friends 
and customers for the 70 odd years we have been 
doing business in Marion. It has, therefore, not 
been as easy decision and we sincerely regret that 
we will not be able to continue to serve those of 
you who have been with us for these many years. 

We thank you all for your business and friendship. 

Very Sincerely, 

The Washburn Family 
Washburn Elcc. Co., Inc. 



Warren L. Washburn, 
President 




LITTLE BLUE 

Right on the Water 
$750.00 Per Week 



Place to be July to September 

Wonderful Water - Private Beach 

TED RUEL 758-3596 



Sports Shorts 

By Kenneth f. Souza 
1996 SC All-Stars 

The South Coast Conference recently 
announced the SC All-Stars for 1996. Several area 
high school athletes were chosen for the honor, and 
we applaud their year-round dedication and 
achievement. Among those selected: 

• Baseball: Albert DiPasqua (Infielder, ORR); 
Kevin Gamache and Brian Bourgeault (Honorable 
Mention, ORR). 

• Softball: Katie Hedges (ORR); Sarah Fahey 
and Holly Mendell (Honorable Mention, ORR). 

• Girls Tennis: Sarah Chase (Singles, ORR); 
Brooke Jacobsen (Singles, ORR); Jennifer Reed 
(Singles, ORR); Mary Bourque (Doubles, ORR); 
Molly Wilkins (Doubles, ORR); Beth Rolli 
(Honorable Mention, ORR); Sarah Bourque 
(Honorable Mention, ORR). 

• Boys Tennis: Casey Hohne (Singles, ORR); 
Jeff Sanders (Doubles, ORR); Andy Taylor 
(Doubles, ORR). 

• Girls Spring Track: Eryka Vickers (Long 
Jump, ORR); Nicole Prefontaine (100-Meter 
Hurdles, ORR); Stephanie Stroud (4 x 800, ORR); 
Johanna Lindberg (4 x 800, ORR); Meredith 




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MIKE'S APPLIANCE 

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Also available evenings, weekends and holidays 

Mike Healy 748-2557 



McSwiggen (All-Around Jumper, ORR); Susan 
McKinney (All-Around Sprinter, ORR); Elizabeth 
Perry (All-Around Thrower, ORR); Christina Tougas 
(All-Around All-Around, ORR); Sonja Golten 
(Honorable Mention, ORR), Alissa Cook (Honorable 
Mention, ORR). 

• Boys Spring Track: Graham Correia (High 
Jump, ORR); Joshua Bender (Shot Put, ORR); Bob 
O'Connor (4 x 100, ORR); Chris McCarthy 
(Honorable Mention, ORR); James Fogg (Honorable 
Mention, ORR). 

Nor'Easter Soccer Club 

• The Frank Souza-coached U-12 soccer 
team of the Nor'Easter Soccer Club has made it 
through the qualifying rounds to enter the State 
Cups. Of 24 teams competing in the U-12 divisions, 
only 13 compete for the 8 spots which advance the 
team to the Cups. These teams, the best in the state, 
started elimination matches on Friday, May 31. 




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father's Day Specials 

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20% Off All Thermos-Nissan Products 

including the Breifcase Thermos, Stainless Steel 
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Lots of Other Ideas for Dad... 
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Mon-Sat 9:00 to 5:30 Sunday 10-2 



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Warmest Wishes Photography 

is happy to offer 
a very special sitting for children. 

Have your child's portrait taken at your 
choice of locations; the beach, a field of 
wildflowers. under a shady tree, or in our 
studio. 

We will take 24 beautiful photographs in 
your choice of artisitic black and white or 
color photography. The first ten sittings 
booked will recieve a complimentary 11x14 
portrait for their home. 

Call Mariah at the studio for more 
information. 

758-3933 







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and its role in the treatment of 
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ENVELOPES • BROCHURES • CERTIFICATES • POETRY 



In their first match, Nor 'Easter defeated the 
Galway Rovers from Holbrook, 3 to 0. At 8:00 am on 
Saturday, June 1, Nor 'Easter faced last year's State 
Champions, Soccer Scene FC of Upton, and battled 
to a 3 to 2 victory to gain a spot in this year's Cups 
Competition. 

Eight premier teams from throughout the 
Commonwealth will now vie for the State 
Championship which enables the winning team to 
travel to the Region I playoff and, possibly, on to the 
National Youth Championships. 

The Nor 'Easter Soccer Club is based in 
southeastern Massachusetts and is dedicated to 
offering players the opportunity to be trained and 
coached by nationally and state licensed individuals, 
and to play in the Massachusetts Premier League, 
the highest level of competition in our state. 

• The Nor'Easter Soccer Club has 
announced try-out dates for its 1996-1997 teams. The 
coaches are licensed by the Massachusetts Youth 
Soccer Foundation, and are committed to the 
personal development of each player, as well as the 
technical and tactical development of the entire 
team. The program offers the highest caliber of 
training available in southeastern New England. 

Try-outs will be held for the following age 
groups: 

• Boys U-ll (born August 1, 1985 or later) — June 18; 

• Girls U-ll (born August 1, 1985 or later)— June 24; 

• Boys U-12 (born August 1, 1984 or later) — June 19; 

• Boys U-13 (born August 1, 1983 or later) — June 18; 

• Boys U-15 (born August 1, 1981 or later) — June 19. 




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Donna's Cookie Jar 

Plumb Corner ., lk . ... 

_„_ _ ... _. Novelty Lollipops 

565 Rounseville Rd. Cookies 

Rochester Center pj es 

(508) 763-3962 All Occasion Cakes 

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Closing Wednesday at Noon 



All try-outs will be held at Old Rochester 
Regional High School on Route 6 in Mattapoisett 
from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Participants are asked to arrive 
one half-hour early to register, and are asked to 
bring one soccer ball, one light and one dark shirt, 
and a beverage. For more information, please call 
Craig Mechler, Director, at 758-3412. 
Tennis Camp 

• The TENNIS Camp will conduct its second 
year of instructional programs for six weeks this 
summer beginning July 8 at UMass Dartmouth. The 
TENNIS Camp is open to all youth, at least 5 years 
of age, and is designed for intermediate and 



Now Accepting Fall Registration 




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Infant-Toddler Care (1-33 mos.) 

School Age Program (6-11 yrs.) 

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Certified, Experienced Teachers 
Hot Lunches Daily • Transportation Available 

Open Year Round 6:30am - 5:30pm 

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Village Package Store 

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$ 10" 175 



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*Seashell Driveways' 

Don't settle for plain old dirt driveways, 

roads, parking lots - installed. 

Stone - Gravel - Loam Available 

Call Todd at 763-9070 



beginner levels of ability. Each weekly session runs 
Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. An 
extended day schedule is available from 8:00 am to 
4:00 pm. To register or for more information, call 
Joshua Freeman at 990-4109 or (508) 824-8452. 
Mattapoisett Track Club 

• Now that the weather is getting a little 
warmer, everyone is starting to think of summer ... 
and with summer comes the Mattapoisett Track 
Club. Registration this year for the popular sporting 
event will be held at Center School in Mattapoisett 
this Sunday, June 9 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. 
Practices will begin on Monday, June 10 at Old 
Rochester Regional High School at 6:30 pm and 
continue every Monday and Wednesday night 
throughout the summer. The registration fee is $25 
again this year. Remember, you can join the 
Mattapoisett Track Club anytime during the summer 
... and visiting friends and relatives are welcome, 
too. 

Wareham Gatemen Youth Baseball 

The Cape Cod League Wareham Gatemen 
are again offering this year an Advanced Clinic 
Program in addition to their Gatemen Camp. 

• Gatemen Camp is held Monday through 
Friday at Palmer Field on High Street for seven 
weeks, beginning June 24. Children ages 3 to 15 are 
grouped according to age and each group meets for 
approximately one hour. Group 1 (3 to 4 years) 
meets from 9:15 am to 10:00 am; Group 2 (5 to 7 
years) meets from 10:00 am to 11:00 am; Group 3 (8 
to 11 years) meets from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon; 
Group 4 (12 to 15 years) meets from 12:00 noon to 



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POWER WASHING 

Cleans all types of siding and shingles 
also specializing in siding and shingle replacement 
New Roofs and Repairs. Free estimates • Insured 
Michael Clancy 758-4392 



1:00 pm. 

Family rates for the entire seven-week 
program are $30 for one child, $25 for two children, 
and $20 for three children. Instructors are selected 
Gatemen players, supervised by Coach Andy Barlow 
and Assistant GM Josh Kingdon. Focus is on Basic 
Skills, with plenty of play opportunity and fun. 

• Gatemen Advanced Clinic is offered for 
ages 8 to 12 years, and is held Monday through 
Friday for three two-week sessions. Session 1 (July 1 
- July 12) will be held in Rochester at the Little 
League Field. The Gatemen will travel to Carver 
Little League Field for Session 2 (July 15 - July 25). 
Mattapoisett will host Session 3 (July 29 - August 9) 
at its Little League Field. At each location, ages 8 to 9 
will meet from 9:30 am to 11:00 am, and ages 10 to 12 
will meet from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. Cost is $50 per 
child per session. Concentrated instruction in all 
aspects of the game will be covered including 



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Interior & Exterior Sculptural Lighting 

in Copper Verdigris Finish 




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Fine Art • Distinctive American Crafts 
Custom Framing 

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RACK OF LAMB $13.95 

Whole rack of New Zealand Lamb seasoned and grilled to perfection. 

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Shrimp, Scallops, Clams, Mussels, Chicken, Calamari and Lobster done with a Saffron Rice and Mild Spices 

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• Reservations & All Major Credit Cards Accepted 
Open for Dinner: Tues.-Sat. 4:30-10:00, Sunday 12:00-9:00, Lunch: Tues.-Sat 11:30-3:00, 
Closed Monday 




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MATTAPOISETT - Exceptional waterviews from this 

beautiful home. It's spacious and open, 2 full baths 

and wonderful deck $249,900. 




MATTAPOISETT - Waterfront contemporary with 

spectacular views of Buzzards Bay with sandy beach 

and mooring area. Only $279,000. 




MATTAPOISETT - Located in a private association 

with lovely beach. This fabulous 4 bedroom boasts of 

a wonderful living room, sunroom and designer 

kitchen. New price $289,900. 




MATTAPOISETT - Water and marsh views from this 

wonderful contemporary overlooking Mattapoisett 

harbor. Direct waterviews from most windows. New 

price $329,000. 



-Jack 

Conway 

\ family gboup 



758-4944 

6 County Road 
Mattapoisett, MA 

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GERTIE'S CORNER 



at Village Styling Shop 

42 Main Street, Mattapoisett 

Walk-ins or Appointments - Tuesday-Saturday 

758-4399 



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pitching, catching, fielding, and hitting. The 
instruction will be offered by selected Gatemen 
players, supervised by Coach Andy Barlow. 

Registration forms for both camp and clinic 
are available at the Shirt Shack (IGA Plaza, Route 6 
in Wareham) and at the Recreation Department 
(Wareham Town Hall). For further information, 
please call Donna at 291-0444 (evenings). 
Little Harbor Country Club 

• On June 5 the Women's Golf Association 
of Little Harbor County Club in Wareham invited 
members from Heritage Hills, Round Hill, and Holly 
Ridge to be their guests for a Four-Ball, Best-Ball 
Tournament and Luncheon. 

Winning teams included — First Place: Pat 
MacMurray, Irene McDevitt, Fran Piekarski, and 
Joan Harrington. Second Place: Kay Ladd, Mary 
Doherty, Lorriane Richards, and Elaine Keenan. 
Third Place: Donna Good, Pat Sabourin, Diane 
Dwareskas, and Patricia O'Donnell. Fourth Place: 
Ann Kallio, Sally Browning, Mary Costa, and 
Linda Cerce. Fifth Place: Bridie Ryan, Sandy 
Machnik, Lorraine Smith, and Angela Sullivan. 
Sixth Place: Mary Haller, Charlotte Blanchard, Vi 
Santoro, and Dorothy Savoy. 

The Longest Drive (Guest) was awarded to 
Lou Murphy, while the Longest Drive for a member 
was given to Ann Kallio. Closest-to-pin winners 
included guests Ginny Bell on #1, Ginny Ouellette 
on #1 1, and Pat Sabourin on #17; members who also 
earned closest-to-pin honors included Irene 
McDevitt on #1 1, Charlotte Blanchard on #17, and 



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CotuyjnTTunt 'Boutique 



New 

Clothing 

Arriving Daily! 

Three Wells Rd., Marion 



For a new & 
exciting experience 
in Resale Shopping 
visit this One-of-a- 
kind upscale shop! 



Open: Tues.-Fri. 10-4 

748-3166 rn( r s * tm tA _, , 

$ %S Call jot Consignment Apwmlment 



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SHARKLINE & BICKNELL POOLS 

New Pools Installed, 24' $2375., 18' $1560. 15' $1430. 

Liner Replacement and Installation of used pools 

16'x32 inground kits $3750. - Enclosures, Decks, Etc. 

Quality - 758-4785 



Irene McDevitt on #17. 

Marion Republican Town Committee 

The Marion Republican Town Committee 
held a grass roots night on June 5th. Over 85 people 
attended and enjoyed a delicious meal and got a 
chance to talk individually with the GOP slate. 
Candidates who spoke were Mike Sullivan, 
Plymouth County District Attorney, Peter Forman, 
Plymouth County Sheriff, Charles Toupence, 
Plymouth County Commissioner, Thorn Smith, State 
Senator, Sam Corbitt, Wareham State Representative, 
Jon Raymond, U.S. Congress, Matthew Striggles, 
Plymouth County Treasurer. 

The candidates emphasized the need to keep 
government small, efficient and honest. They asked 
for not only the votes in November, but the time and 
financial backing needed to win in November. They 
believe their victories in November will bring 



A. W. WINTERS 
TRUCKING 

Established 1928 

Screened Loam • Mulch 

Pea Stone Driveways 

Sand, Gravel, and Fill 

Septic Tank Pumping and Installation 

Water and Sewer Tie Ins 

Excavating and Trucking 

338 Converse Road 
Marion 

748-0357 



' FREE WATER GARDEN SEMINAR ^ 
SATURDAY, JUNE 29th 
LECTURES AT 11:00 & 1:00 

>. Topics include: 

• designing the perfect water garden 

• constructing a garden pond 

• maintaining and troubleshooting 

• question and answer 

• view various water garden displays 



CALL 
TO 

REGISTER 

K 



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& Garden Center 



W/ 337 Wareham Rd., Rte. f 6, Marion 



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Theresa Donovan 

has joined Dawson Real 
Estate Better Homes and 
Gardens as a Marketing 
and Sales Associate. A 
graduate of St. Joseph's 
College, Connecticut, she 
has 20 years experience 
in Corporate and Human 
Resource consulting. 
Theresa brings an 
enthusiastic and broad 

based business background to our office. 

She will work within the tri-town area providing 

the personal and professional service of the Dawson Real 

Estate Better Homes and Gardens firm. 

Theresa resides in Mattapoisett with her 

husband , Bob , and 2 sons , John and Matthew. 

Please call Theresa for a free Competitve 

Market Analysis (CM. A.) on your home or to assist you 

with the purchase of a new home at (office) 758-3838 or 

(residence) 758-9412. 

DaWSOtt %J^romes 

Real Estate I iM irlS^I iifeS® 
25 County Road (Route 6), Mattapoisett 
758-3838 990-7373 

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"Where the 
fishermen eat." 






RESTAURANT SPECIALS 

2 Baked Scrod Dinners $7.95 

(Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Only) 

Eat In or Take Out 

SHRIMP DAY Wednesday 29c each 

(Chargrilled, Tempora, Cocktail) Eat In Only 



Our FRESH SEAFOOD MARKET.. 
"Guaranteed Freshest in Town!" 

HOURS 
Restaurant: Mon.-Thur. 11-9, 

Fri. & Sat. 11-10,Sun. 12-9 
Seafood Market: Mon.-Thur. 10-6, Fri.-Sun.10-7 
Restaurant 758-3117 Market 758-3113 
83 Marion Road, (Route 6) Mattapoisett 




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HOUSEHOLD CONSIGNMENT 

Quality Used Furniture and Furnishings at Reasonable Prices 

62 Marion Road (Rt. 6) Mattapoisett • 758-4912 

Wed., Thurs., Fri. 10-4, Sat. 10-3:30 



substantial improvements in everyday lives. 



Friends Of The Elderly Of Mattapoisett 

Share 

June 22nd is the distribution day for Share. It 
will be held at the Old Hammondtown School 
between noon and 1:00 pm. June 26th will be the last 
day for games at the senior center. The workshop 
will continue on the second Tuesday of July and 
August for the purpose of making things for our 
fund-raisers. Anyone wishing to help will be more 
than welcome. It will be at the senior center from 
1:30 pm until 3:00 pm. 
Senior Van 

The senior van is available for transportation 
to the Paw Sox game as long as there are 10 people 
interested in going. For more information, call 758- 
2997. 
Red Sox Game 

Those who have signed up to go to the game 
on September 14th please send your transportation 
fee of $10 to the Friends of the Elderly, P.O. Box 1116, 
Mattapoisett, Ma 02739. 

Annual Rochester Street Clean-Up 

The 7th Annual Rochester Street Clean-Up 
will be held on Saturday, June 22 from 9:00 am until 
2:00 pm. Volunteers are needed to collect roadside 
trash. Plastic gloves and trash bags will be provided. 
No tires, appliances, furniture, or chemicals! Trash 
only. Call 763-2123 for information and street 
assignments or report to the Town Hall Saturday 
morning between 8:00 am and 10:00 am. There will 
be free coffee and donuts. 

Mattapoisett Seniors Touring Club 

•September llth-Foster Brooks, Venus de 



PETERS BROS. PAINTING 

Professional PAINT & STAIN APPLICATIONS. 

• Interior and Exterior 

• Commercial and Residential 

• Power Washing 

996-3675 • 34 Phoenix St., Fairhaven • FREE ESTIMATES 




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UPCELLAR 

& Aunt Sherry's 

Antiques and Collectibles 

Corner of Route 6 & Main St. 
Mattapoisett 758-6978 

Hours : Wed - Sat 10-4, 

Sun 1-4, 

Mon. & Tues. by Chance 




Milo- $44 for a bus trip or $29.95 if you travel in 
your car. 

•October 14-17-Scotts Hotel, Catskills for 
$299. Family owned, boat cruise, and lots of 
activities. All meals and entertainment day and 
night. 

•November 7th-Bobby Merser Show Band, 
Lantana, turkey and wine for $40. 

•November 18-20-Beacon Motel, New 
Hampshire for $209, including free turkey. 

•December 5th—Christmas Brights-Frank 
Patterson, Mariott Hotel in Springfield for $50. This 



^iCeCraft 

Do It Right 
the First Time! 



Quality Service 

and Installations 

with Everyday 

Low Pricing. 

Vinyl • Carpet • Ceramic Tile 
67 Alden Rd., Fairhaven, MA 

(508) 999-0988 



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AUTO REPAIR 

Brakes 

Computer Diagnostics 

Exhaust 

Engine Replacements 

Motorcycles 

Tune-Ups 

Lock Outs 




CENTER 

Rochester, MA 02770 



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PROPANE 



Lube, Oil 

& Filter 

$14.95 



QUALITY 

USED CARS 

and 

TRUCKS 

at 
LOW LOW PRICES 

* Windshield Repairs* 



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Mon. - Fri. 7:00 - 6:00pm 
Sat. 8:00am - 5:00pm 
Closed Sunday 





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Combine 
Something Old 

with 
Something New! 



your old worn out rings 

can become alive with 

brilliance and style 

right here! 



£v & Neil J exVi 



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** Hours: Tues.-Sat. 9:30-5:30 
1-508-758-6655 
74 County Road, Mattapoisett 
(Rt. 6 - Next to the Police Station) 

Graduate Gemologist, Henry B. Smith 



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Remodeling • Decks • Windows 
Additions • Siding • Bathrooms 

758-4753 



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includes ham or baked schrod. 

For flyers and futher information call Jean at 
758-6470 or Florence at 748-1918. 

Tri-Town AARP 

The Tri-Town Area Chapter 3982 of the AARP 
is holding a 10 year celebration on Tuesday, June 25 
at 1:00 pm at the Conference Room at the Rochester 
Town Hall. Refreshments will be available, such as 
strawberry shortcake. Come enjoy and meet the new 
slate of officers. Hope to see you there. 

Local Student Volunteers In Romanian 
Orphanages 

Michael Trott of Mattapoisett is a college 
student at Boston University who hopes to continue 
his volunteer work started last summer at 
orphanages in Romania. There in a retreat camp in 
the Copatz Mountains, he is furthering his education 
for a career as a foreign medical missionary. 

Last summer he spent two weeks in Romania 
on a mission trip organized by RU Red E Ministries, 
Inc. The team he went with was comprised of six 
people, three from the Cape Cod area. Michael said 
it was an amazing experience, one he will never 
forget. He said they did everything from washing 
dishes to leading the worship time. Six people were 
baptized at the end of the week and seven accepted 
Christ into their hearts. He said the most wonderful 
part was the everlasting friendships created and he 
continues to write and encourage his "brothers and 



For The Quality Real Estate Service & Benefits You Deserve... 

Please Call 

JOHN F. QUINN REALTY 

508/999-1 200 



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WE THANK YOU! 

Member: New Bedford Association of Realtors 
New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce 



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CREATIONS 



The Ultimate in Outdoor Furniture 

Seating Groups, Chaises, Lounge Chairs, Tables, 

Patio Umbrellas, Serving Carts, and Much More. 

M-F 9-5, Sat. 8-4 

One West St., Fall River, MA 508-678-3202 

DIRECTIONS: From 195 towards Fall River at Braga Bridge take Rt. 79 

North to North Main St., then first street (Weaver) take a left at bottom ot 

street (West Street) 



sister in Romania, and they continue to write me on 
their progress." 

The second week was spent working in the 
orphanages around the city of Iasi (pronounced 
Yash), where they unloaded supplies. Michael 
enthusiastically told about visiting orphanages 
where the children would literally jump up into their 
arms. He said that upon contact with the children 
you could not help but notice most of them were 
malnourished and had their heads shaved because 
of lice. They probably had not taken a bath or 
brushed their teeth in over three weeks. At one of 
the orphanages the children would protect their 




Blue Point 



6 Dayton Street, Acushnet, MA (508) 995-9600 

Famous for: Clamboils, Fried 

Seafood, Lobster Casserole, 

Seafood Stir-Fry, Surf & Turf 



SATURDAY SPECIALS 

Prime Rib • Roast Pork 

Fresh Swordfish and Salmon 

(508) 995-9600 

Beer, Wine, Full Liquor License 

Dinner Tue.-Sat. 4:00-9:00 
Open Sunday 12-8:00 




rOMPANYYft 

.STORlL 



One of America's Oldest General Stores 



Across from Historic 

TIM01T Mil COMMIT 

5 Elm Street 

Ware ham 

(508) 291-7871 

Tues.-Sat. 9-5, Sun 12-5 




Your best source for 

CRANBERRY 

Specialty Products 

Cranberry Wine Vinegar In 

Award Winning Lobster Bottle 

Cranberry Gift Packs 

Hostess Gifts 

Cranberry Books & Prints 

Cranberry Candles, Scent Sachets 

& Soaps 

Cranberry Food Products 






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Natural 
Foods 



® 



at Crystal Crossing, 

140 Wareham Road 

Marion MA 02738 

(S08) 748-1900 

Hours: Mon - Frl 10-6 

Thurs 10-7, Sat 10-4, Sun 1-5 



June Special!! 
20 % off all 



Futurebiotics 



products in-stock 
'vitamins •supplements 
•herbs •diet systems 



NICE ICE, Inc. 

2A Water Street, Fairhaven, MA 
Located on Hathaway Braley Wharf 

Bags, Blocks and Crushed Ice 

available for all your party needs. 

Also Available in 300 Pound Blocks. 

Convenient day and 

evening hours 

(508) 999-2903 




THE CUTTING CORNER 

A Full Service Salon 

Plumb Corner Mall, 565 Rounseville Road, Rochester 
(508) 763-9331 • Open Tuesday-Saturday 



heads and faces every time a quick move was made, 
possibly because they have been abused by the staff, 
he said. 

One of the main goals of the team was to get 
the college students involved with the outreach done 
at the orphanages. "I have a very strong feeling that 
I should return to Romania, where there is still a lot 
of work left to be done in the orphanages. The 
border problems Romania was experiencing last 
year have been solved, so, I have made plans to 
return to Romania this summer. I will be leaving the 
United States on July 24 and returning on August 
7th. The mission of the team this year is to devote 
the entire two weeks to the orphanages and to try to 
get the college students involved with the ministry. 
In the orphanages we will be teaching Vacation Bible 
School, changing diapers, and again simply giving 
the orphans love, and attention." 

Michael, 20, will be a junior at Boston College 
in the Fall of 1996, majoring in Psychology and Pre- 
Medical. Because Michael and his mother, Mrs. 
Donna Trott, are paying for his education with the 
possible help of some scholarship, he is in need of 
funds to cover the cost of his trip to Romania this 
summer. The trip will cost $1,750 total, $1,100 for the 
plane ticket, about $200 for supplies for the 
orphanages, and about $450 for food and lodging. 
"Any donation will be accepted in great 
thanksgiving. If you are not able to help me 
financially, your prayers would be greatly 
appreciated. Checks may be made payable to R U 
Red E Ministries, Inc. and remember, your donation 



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"Y" Necklaces by Penii 

Moby Dick Specialties 

and Gift Shop 

27 William Street (Historic District) 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

994-5024 



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Patrick J. Mullen, J.D. 
Eileen B. Mullen, J.D. 



Mullen & Mullen 

Attorneys at Law 

Probate /Estates 

Personal Injury 

Divorce 

Criminal 

261 Union Street 

New Bedford, MA 02742-7882 

Tel: (508) 997-5700 
Fax: (508) 997-5058 



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is tax deductible," Michael said. The former Old 
Colony Valedictorian summed up his desire to 
return to Romania, "All these children wanted was 
affection, and most of the time we would have a 
mob of at least 12 of them just trying to hold our 
hands. We brought the orphans medical supplies 
and treats, but most of all we simply gave them 
what they were craving so much - love and 
attention. 

Annual Clam Bake 

The Florence Eastman Post 280, American 




Custom Made Window Tteatments 

gj Up To 70% OFF! 

• Vertical Blinds 

• Mini-Blinds 

• Fashion & Crystal 
•Pleated Shades 

Styles for Every Room • Styles for Every Taste 



CalL.991-4550 




AWARD WINNING LANDSCAPE FIRM NOW SERVICING YOUR AREA 



Landscape Design 
& Installation 

Brick Walks & 
Stonewalls 




Underground 
Sprinklers 

Lawn & Shrub 
Fertilization 



Offer ends 
6/30/96 



GREENSCAPE 

We would like to thank you for your business 
and the terrific welcoming to the area! 

FREE FLOWERING TREE 

with landscape or lawn installation 
Mattapoisett 758-3353 



A FUI.I. SRRVICF. LANDSCAPE COMPANY 



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PR 1 

For The Exterior Of Your Horn 

Storm Stain 

EXTERIOR STAINS & WOOD PRESERVATIVES 



Available IN solid & semi-TrAnspArent Finishes 
alkyd Linseed Oil or Urethane Latex Formulations 

On Sale Now! 

25% Off Sale 

Mfg. Suggested Retail Price 
Offer Expires End of June 1996 

"45 Years Experience Serving Our Customers 

Unmatched Service... and at Sensible Prices" 

Quality Paint & Wallpaper 

1 Pequod Road at Alien Road 
Fairhaven •997-3339 

Open: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm, Sat. 8am-4pm 



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confidential interview. 

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Mattapoisett, MA • 758-3838 



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PICARD TILING CO. 

Specializing in Ceramic Tile Floors, Kitchens & Bathrooms 
Free Estimates Gary Picard 

1-800-834-2271 (508) 992-2277 



Legion, will hold its annual clambake on Sunday, 
July 21 at 1:00 pm at the Holy Ghost Grounds on 
Park Street, Mattapoisett. Tickets are available by 
calling John DeCosta at 758-2310; Michael 
Lamoureux at 758-9311 or Stephen Hanna at 758- 
2328. 

Natural History Museum Gift Shop 
Sale 

The Marion Museum of Natural History is 
having a gift shop lawn sale on Saturday, June 22, 
1996. The sale will take place on the lawn at 8 Spring 
Street, Marion from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm (outside of 
the Elizabeth Taber Library). Many items from our 
gift shop will be offered including Available Light 
Handcrafted jewelry, t-shirts, gifts and toys. All 
proceeds from sales will go to benefit the many 
environmental and educational programs that the 
museum of Natural History runs throughout the 
year. 

Mattapoisett Museum & Carriage 
House 

Your Museum Needs You! 

On July 2nd, the Mattapoisett Museum & 
Carriage House, 5 Church Street, will open for the 
summer season. The Museum will be open 
Tuesday—Saturday, 1:00 pm until 4:30 pm through 
August 31st, and it is through the help of volunteers 
that this is made possible. 




HOURS 

Mon.-Fri. 9:30am-5pm 

Sat. 9:30am-3pm 



Jewelry • Silver 

Coins & Collectibles 

Bought, Sold & Appraised 

1 Johnny Cake Hill 

Historic District 

New Bedford, MA 

(508) 996-2320 



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Shaun's Lawns 

Lawns Mowed & Maintained 

Reasonable Rates - References - Free Estimates 

Shaun Murphy 37R Old Marion Road 

Mattapoisett 758-9864 

Also Available 

Brush Cutting 

Schedule Now for Lawn Maintenance 

Lime, Fertilizer and/or Mowing 



Two volunteers are needed every day to act 
as hosts to welcome visitors and acquaint them with 
our fine museum. It is a great opportunity for you to 
get to know your museum better and learn more 
about your town's history You need not necessarily 
be a member of the Historical Society to volunteer, 
and we do welcome young adults (16 years of age 
and up). 

If you have a few hours to share with us, 
please give a call to Bette Roberts at the Museum, 
758-2844. 
Summer Exhibits 

Needed for our special exhibits: For July— the 



We Bridge the 
Generation Gap. 




Young or old. first [OOth 01 1~i r 5. 1 bridge, you can couni on us for safe, 
grade, experienced denial care From routine cleaning and maintenance 
to extensive dental work, we put your comfort and convenience first. Office 
hours and payment schedules are flexible, too. Let's work together for healthy 
teeth now and for generations to come 

Keep your teeth healthy for life. ..call today! 

Louis P. Kenyon, D.M.D., P.C. 

Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry 
295-8800 • 758-4818 



Tuesday 
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(Pond Supp lies 
Are In 



Denise's 

PET CARE CENTER 



Large Selection of: 
Ponds, Plants, Koi, Ornamental 



Carrying: Salt and Fresh Water Fish 

Small Animals 

Reptiles 

Birds 

Lizards 

Along with Pet Care Products. 



- = Goldfish Pond Filters, Food 




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123 Fairhaven Road 
Route 6, Mattapoisett 

758-9469 



Grooming by Appointment 



Mon. 9-6, Tues.-Fri. 8-8, 
Sat. 8-6, Sun. 12-5 



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PETER B. HODGES 



^jr ACCOUNTANT 

Complete Business Accounting Services 
Tax Preparation • Financial Planning 
Payroll Services 
8 County Road 

Route 6 Tel.: 758-2460 

Mattapoisett, MA 02739 FAX : 758-3170 



theme is "Accessories"— meaning such items as old 
hats, gloves, canes, watches, shoes, scarves, jewelry, 
etc— both for men and women. 

For August— "Lamps and Lighting" will be 
the focus of the exhibit and we are looking for 
additional old (but in good condition) lamps, such as 
whale-oil lamps, kerosene lamps, lanterns, early 
electric lamps and the like. 

If you have items that you would like 
considered for one of both exhibits, please contact 
Bette Roberts at the Museum, 758-2844. 




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Catering 



HUTTLESTQN HOUSE 



RESTAURANT 

For reservations call 999-1791 



LUNCH SPECIALS 

•LOBSTER ROLL, Fries and 
Cup of Chowder $5.95 

SCROD HUTTLESTON 
with Cup of Chowder $4.95 



DINNER SPECIALS 

•SCROD HUTTLESTON 
with Cup of Chowder $8.95 

• LOBSTERMANIA $13.95 

•Thermador • Savannah • Saute 

• Dewey • Fisherman • Boiled 



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DINING GIFT CERTIFICATE 



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Route 6, Fairhaven 



New Bedford Linguica Company, Inc. 

56 Davis Street, New Bedford, MA 
(508) 992-9367 

Manufacturers of 




ESTABLISHED 1922 



U.S. GOVT INSPECTED 



Square Dances On The Mattapoisett 
Wharf 

The 47th annual season of Square Dancing at 
the Mattapoisett Town Wharf will begin on Saturday, 
June 29th, 1996. Dancing will be from 7:30 pm until 
10:00 pm for the 1996 season. Kevin Bersing will be 
calling the first dance and Debby Lussier will be 
cueing. The first dance is sponsored by the American 
Legion Auxiliary. All dances are open to the public at 
a cost of $3 per dancer. The level is mostly 
mainstream. In the event of rain, dances are held at 
the Congregational Church, one block from the 
wharf. The public is welcome to attend, there is no 
charge for viewers. For additional information, 
please call 995-6395. 

The 1996 Season Schedule is as follows: 

• June 29th— caller is Kevin Bersing, cuer is 
Debby Lussier. 

•July 6-Lori Morin caller, Dick Chase cuer. 
Sponsored by the American Legion. 

•July 13— Dennis Marsh, caller and Ella 
Bettencourt cuer. 

•July 20— Dick Leger, caller and Jennie 
Frisella cuer. (This is the weekend of Mattapoisett 
Harbor Days). 



New Work 
Residential 




Commercial 
Rental Property 



INDEPENDENT PAINTING CO. 

"Good Surface Preparation Is The Key 
To A Quality Paint Job" 

Call: Ed Reed (401) 624-8520 
Michael Reed (508) 324-1388 

Interior • Exterior 
We are Licensed and Fully Insured 



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ALFERES REALTY 



414 Tarkiln Hill Road 
New Bedford, MA 02745 




Jaqueline Canastra 

758-4554 



#1 Independent Office in the Greater New Bedford area! 

When Buying or Selling 

"Service is our most important product" 

Call Jackie or Bill for a free market analysis at no obligation. 



Bill Dumas 
758-2230 



•July 27— Dave Perrault is caller andHarriet 
Clarke is cuer. 

•August 3-Jim Schell is caller, Betty Leonard 
is cuer. 

•August 10-Paul Lerourneau is caller, Ella 
Bettencourt is cuer. 

•August 17— Bucky Donaher, caller, Betty 
Leonard is cuer. 

•August 24— Charlie Tripp is caller and Dick 
Chase is cuer. 

•August 31— Art Anthony is the caller and 
Pat Anthony is cuer. 

Sponsors are: The American Legion 



Auxiliary, The Amerian Legion, Machacam Club, 
Mattapoisett Lions Club, Congregational Church 
Couples Club, Historical Society, Firemens Auxiliary, 
Mattapoisett Womans Club, Congregational Church 
Women's Guild, FORM (Friends of Old Rochester 
Music). 

Marion Art Center 

The Marion Art Center announces a 
"Celebration By The Sea" on Friday, July 12, from 
6:00 pm until 8:00 pm with wine and more 
including Caribbean rums, American Micro Brews 



PORKY'S FUN IN THE SUN FAMILY DAY 
SUNDAY JUNE 23rd 10-4pm 
FREE HOT DOGS & COKES 

for the first 200 people 

Balloons - Music by Dean - Silent Auction 



Try your luck on the 
many raffle prizes do- 
nated by our local busi- 
nesses. $1 each or 6 for $5. 



Come help us celebrate our 3rd Anniversary and help us 
help the Friends of Lindsey Steele Foundation. PORKY'S 

Help others keep hope alive. Onalifv 

Thank you for your support and patronage. 

- Porky's Meats - Michael & Sharon Pinard Meats 

- Friends of Lindsey Steele Foundation; Nick & Liz Steele 

COME CHECK OUT OUR 3rd YEAR ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS 

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A Quality Consignment Shop for Women & Children, 
featuring Fashionable Clothing for the Career Woman! 

202 So. Main Street 

Acushnet , MA 02743 

(508) 998-5633 

Open: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm 

Thursday 10am-6pm 

Consignments Accepted: Tues.-Fri. 10-4pm 

We'd love a visit from you! 

Needed: plus sizes clothing for the full-figured woman. 

Recycle and turn your good, used clothing into CASH! 




and Wines from around the world courtesy of 
Richard Cardoza plus wonderful, substantial hors 
d'oeuvres created by Marlene Goddu and the 
Mattapoisett Inn. One of Marion's loveliest wicker 
collections of armchairs, rockers, lounges, etc. will be 
available to sit on and enjoy the views. Waves of 
Music will also be performed by the Famous 
Sippican Six. 

Tickets are $35 per person. Call the Marion 
Art Center at 748-1266 now to reserve your ticket or 
send a check in the mail to: MAC, P.O. Box 602, 
Marion, MA 02738 by July 8th please. Proceeds will 
benefit the Marion Art Center Scholarship Fund to 




A CHARMING, WELL-LANDSCAPED CAPE, Located in a nice 
North Marion neighborhood. This home offers a newer kitchen that 
opens up into a bright, comfortable family room. Nice yard, one car 
garage. $164,900. 

JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER! IN BRANDT BEACH... Small 
Cottage Style Home, with private beach rights. $75,000. ALSO, 
POSSIBILITIES TO EXPAND... available lot next door for $17,000. 



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assist talented and deserving students of the arts. 

Wareham First Congregational Church 
Auction 

The Annual Auction will be held on 
Saturday, June 29th from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm at 
the Fellowship Hall of the First Congregational 
Church on Gibbs Avenue in Wareham. Dick 
Sieightholm will be the auctioneer and a snack bar 
will be open to the public. 

Marion Council on Aging 

Share 

Saturday, June 22nd will be the next Share 
pick-up from 11:30 am until noon, (please make note 
of the new time). Sign up on June 22nd or on 
Monday July 1st for the July 27th package. Cost 
remains the same~$8 for a mini package or $14 for a 
regular plus a $1 administration fee and two hours 
of volunteer time. Pick up your packages at the 
Marion United Methodist Church, Route 105 and 
County Road. Call a host for further information at 
748-0840 or 748-1122. 
Wheel Chairs Needed 

If you have a wheel chair in good condition 
that is not being used, please consider donating it to 
the COA. It will be loaned to a Marion resident 
when the need is there. 
Walking Club 

The Marion Walking Club will be in front of 
Sippican School for Spring walking on Mondays, 
Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:00 pm until 4:00 
pm. All ages are welcome for this brisk walk with 
friends. 
Odd Job Helpers 

Do you need a faucet fixed, a lawn raked, or 
a loose step fixed? There is a group of eager helpers 



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Fans, Veterans Flag 
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THINK SPRING! 

Quality Home Improvements 

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Repairs • Decks • Replacement Windows 

All Phases of Home Improvements 

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willing to donate their time to help with any small 
household task, inside or out. Call the COA for more 
information. 
Van Rides 

The COA van is available for grocery trips on 
Tuesday and Friday. Other trips to area malls are 
also being arranged. Call the COA office at 748-3570 
to schedule a ride. Rides to local doctor 
appointments are available through FISH by calling 
the new number at 748-3570. 
Shine 

Do you have questions about the health care 
coverage, insurance or retirement planning? Make 
an appointment to see Peg Reed, the SHINE 
Counselor for the COA in Marion by calling 748- 
3570. 

UMass Dartmouth Graduates 

Those named to the UMass Dartmouth 



f (Classic lEugrautng (Ho. ^ 

j—^^.^. Carolyn L. Baker 

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Small Engraved Signs 

Rubber Stamps • Name Badges • Desk Plates 

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Dean's List from Mattapoisett are: Kimberly Akin, 
Stephanie Anderson, James Bellefeuille, Christine 
Clarkson, Anthony Costa, Shelley Duff, Shirley 
O'Connor. Those on the Dean's List from Rochester 
are: Jeffrey Carey, Anne Chu, Justin Gallagher, 
Ronald Hedges, Dean Kirby, and Alexander Paulo. 

Those Mattapoisett residents earning a place 
on the Chancellor's List are: Krista-Lee Bjerre, 
Abigail Block, Jeffrey Carvalho. Rochester residents 
earning a place on the Chancellor's List are Tiffany 
Jawor and Heather Sullivan. 

Those graduates from Mattapoisett are as 
follows: Kimberly Akin, Stephanie Anderson, 
Abigail Block, Clinton Cooper, Anthony Costa, 
Jessica Deschamps, Shelley Duff, Sean Ellis, Linda 
Kampf, Magnar Kvilhaug, Ethel Leidhold, Anthony 
Luzza, and Timothy Rodrigues. Those graduates 
from Rochester include: Heather Burt, Dimitra 
Bryon, Ronald Hedges, Dean Kirby, Richard McNeil, 



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Whitney. 

LWV Scholarships Awarded 

This is the first year that the League of 
Women Voters has solicited grant proposals from the 
teachers in the ORR Regional District K-12. On May 
21st, three scholarships were awarded the following 
individuals: Dwayne Cameron (Math Department, 
$500) to expand his course in Discrete Mathematics 
to develop a unit on voting methods. Dr. David 
Hamer, (Science Department, $485) to "enliven" the 
physics curriculum with information on energy 



production choices in a course "Energy & 
Society-It's Our Choice and Our Future," Ronald 
Normand, (Social Studies Department, $500) to 
develop the 10th grade history course a unit 
"Election '96: Critical Viewing of Television and Use 
of the Internet." 

The funds for these grants were generated by 
advertisers in the LWV Phone Book. The League felt 
the community should benefit from the phone book 
profit and education was our choice. Education 
deserves all the help and positive publicity it can get. 
Our form of government depends upon it and we 
found the three winning individual proposals so 
fitting, we funded all three rather than the two we 
said we would. 

Mattapoisett Beach Towels 

All white 30 X 60 inch beach towels with a 
royal blue design of the Ned's Point Lighthouse and 
a sailboat enhancing the bottom of these good 
quality towels are available for sale now and also 
will be available at Harbor Days. 

The Mattapoisett PTA has had these towels 
screen printed and are ready for sale at $18 each. We 
have a limited number available and will not be re- 




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ordering. These towels are great for the beach, 
graduation gifts to Mattapoisett grads going away to 
college, and for gifts to family and friends who have 
roots in our town but have been uprooted. 

Please help support our local PTA and also 
enjoy this summertime necessity for the beach or 
pool. To order towels please call Diane Garde at 758- 
9029, Paula Butterfield at 758-9281 or Jeannie 
Sullivan at 758-3554. 

Mattapoisett Council On Aging 

Mall Trip 

The next mall trip will be on June 20 to the 
Rhode Island Mall. Please call to reserve your space 
on the van. 
Volunteers Needed 

We are in need of volunteers to do shopping 
for some seniors. If you have an extra hour maybe 
you could help us out. 
Cards and Cribbage 

The Senior Center is looking for men to play 
cards and or cribbage on a regular basis. If you are 
interested, please call and let us know. 
Shine Counselor 

The Shine Counselor will be at the Senior 



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School is nearly out and you might have 

concerns abour summer fun, care-giving and 

continued learning for your child. 



A day cure camp lor children from grades 
K - 6 (hal provides structure, learning, sharing, fun 
activities. Held trips, movies and a chance for children to 
continue to be creative throughout the summer months 

CAMP LITTLETON begins June 3rd and 
runs until August 30th. 
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For those already out of school, sign up now. 
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Movies & Entertainment 



Movie Review 

Rock and roll off the 

assembly line 

By Rob Gonsalves 



• The Rock. Starring Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage, and 
Ed Harris. Directed by Michael Bay. Running time: 129 
minutes. MPAA rating: R. At Cinema 8 in North 
Dartmouth. 

About The Rock, the newest model off the 
summer assembly line, I have just one question: why 
Alcatraz? The plot — concerning a terrorist's threat to 
launch poisonous rockets at a major city — could, in 
theory, take place anywhere. But Alcatraz is a cool 
location and The Rock (the nickname for the long-defunct 
prison) is a cool title, so the terrorists set themselves up 
in Alcatraz. Makes perfect sense. Hey, it's summer. 

The terrorist in question is Ed Harris, a 
disgruntled Marine furious at the government for their 
failure to honor the soldiers who died under his 
command. Instead of going on 60 Minutes, as some real- 
life military men with a similar complaint did recently, 
Harris points four missiles loaded with VX gas at San 
Francisco and demands reparations to the tune of $100 
million. 

So it's Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage to the 
rescue. Cage, a chemical-explosives expert, and 
Connery, the only man who has ever escaped from 
Alcatraz (well, him and Clint Eastwood), infiltrate the 
Rock and try to disarm the missiles. They also make sure 
to get into a gunfight every so often. 

This is all entirely as synthetic as it sounds, but 



The Rock is an amusing package of mayhem. I wouldn't 
go so far as to say "entertaining" — director Michael Bay 
(who did last year's hit Bad Boys) is a graduate of the 
MTV Mixmaster school of action film making, which 
teaches that rapid-fire, unscannable editing makes the 
carnage more exciting. It doesn't, and much of the action 
feels thin and unauthentic. Essentially, if you've seen the 
trailer for The Rock, you've seen the movie. 

What you don't see in the trailer are the 
performances of Connery and Cage, who are both 
reasons enough to see almost anything. Connery, also 
heard but not seen in the current Dragonheart, has 
perfected his grizzled -old-lion schtick. No other actor 
can match his wry authority. Yet he's also in something 
of a rut. Connery hasn't been really surprising since his 
comic turn in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. He's 
great at what he does here, but he needs to try 
something else. 

Cage, on the other hand, is up for anything, 
whether it's munching a cockroach in Vampire's Kiss 
(watch for the in-joke reference to it early in The Rock) or 
drinking himself to death. In The Rock, Cage has the guts 
to play a wimp — a guy who's been in the rear with the 
gear too long — and he hits wild notes of fear and 
hysteria. He's the sanest man on the screen, and maybe 
his honest performance makes Sean Connery's 
testosterone look worse than the film makers intended. 

As for Alcatraz itself, I was surprised how little 
was really done with it. It could be just any big building 
with catacombs and bars. And the terrorists could be 
any terrorists. This was the last production of Jerry 
Bruckheimer and the late Don Simpson, and like most of 
their hits, it's thoroughly impersonal. The Rock will likely 
make Nicolas Cage more bankable, but I can't work up 
much enthusiasm for it. Its box-office glory will be the 
latest triumph of low expectations and low standards. 



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376 Hathaway Road, New Bedford, MA. 

Movie Line: 999-6577 / Office: 999-4240. 

Friday (6/14) ONLY 

The Cable Guy (PG-13) No Passes - 5:00, 5:30, 7:15, 7:45, 9:30, 

10:00 

Twister (PG-13) - 5:00, 5:30, 7:30, 8:00, 9:45 

The Birdcage (R) - 5:00, 7:15 

Jane Eyre (PG) - 5:00, 7:15 

The Arrival (PG-13) - 9:30 

The Craft (R) - 9:30 

Saturday (6/15) through Thursday (6/20) 

Summer Hours - Open For Weekday Matinees 

The Cable Guy (PG-13) No Passes - 12:15, 1:00, 2:30, 3:15, 

5:00, 5:30, 7:15, 7:45, 9:30, 10:00 

Twister (PG-13) - 12:00, 1:00, 2:30, 3:15, 5:00, 5:30, 7:30, 8:00, 

9:45 



The Birdcage (R) - 2:15, 5:00, 7:15 
Jane Eyre (PG) - 12:15, 2:30, 5:00, 7:15 
The Arrival (PG-13) - 9:30 
The Craft (R) - 12:00, 9:30 

• GENERAL CINEMA 8 

Route 6 and Faunce Corner Road, North Dartmouth, MA. 

Movie Line: 999-3141 / Office: 999-3142. 

Friday (6/14) through Thursday (6/20) 

Eddie (PG-13) - 12:10, 2:40, 5:00, 7:20, 9:30 

Mission: Impossible (PG-13) - 12:00, 2:25, 4:50, 7:10, 9:30 

Spy Hard (PG-13) - 12:30, 2:50, 5:20, 7:20, 9:20 

The Phantom (PG) - 12:20, 2:40, 5:10, 7:30, 9:40 

The Phantom (PG) - 1:00, 3:30, 6:40, 9:00 

The Rock (R) - 12:40, 3:40, 6:30, 9:10 

The Rock (R) - 1:20, 4:10, 7:00, 9:40 

Dragonheart (PG-13) - 12:00, 2:15, 4:30, 7:00, 9:20 



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Center on Monday, June 17th from 1:00 pm until 3:00 
pm to answer any questions you have. Please call to 
set up an appointment. 

The Senior Center will be closed on Friday 
afternoon, June 7th. The COA office and the Senior 
Center will be open on Friday morning. 

Local Resident Graduates From Smith 
College 

Jennifer Armstrong Newell, daughter of 
Pamela Newell and the late Piatt A. Newell of 



Mattapoisett received a bachelor of arts degree from 
Smith College on Sunday, May 19th. She was one of 
692 seniors who graduated during the college's 
118th commencement exercises, at which author and 
Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Anna Quindlen 
was the featured speaker. 

A 1992 graduate of Old Rochester Regional 
High School, Jennifer majored in American Studies 
with a minor in Computer Science at Smith. 
Consistently ranked among the best liberal arts 
colleges in the United States, Smith enrolls 2,800 
women in its undergraduate degree programs. 



Don't Miss the Greatest Event of the Summer! 

The Mattapoisett Police Union presents 

The All Pro Patriots & Bruins Celebrity Softball Team 

vs. @ 

The Mattapoisett Police All-Stars 

Wednesday, August 21st, 1996 at 6:00pm 
Old Rochester Regional Baseball Field 

Tickets: $10.00 Call (508) 758-4913 



Expected to appear include former Patriots Fred Smerlas and Steve Nelson 
Bruins celebrities include former star Ken Linseman and many more! 
Free Autographs! Free Door Prizes! 

Don't Miss This Fun-Filled, Exciting Event! 



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This Week's Horoscope 

by Linda Black 

Aries (March 21-April 19). Stay 
home as much as possible. Romantic 
commitments will stick. Expect 
changes and contusion. 

Taurus (April 20-May 20). 
You'll learn well. Use those smarts 
to keep from spending too much. 
You may have to buy something for 
your home. 

Gemini (May 21- June 21). You'll 
love the rest of this month. Stan new 
projects — it's your last chance for a 
while. Shop and schedule a date. 

Cancer (June 22-July 22). Warm 
up for your turn at bat by finishing 
old chores. Hide out and do what 
you're told. You'll start getting 
stronger. 

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22). Toss the 
ball to a teammate if you want to 
score. Move boldly in love, team 
activities and with something you're 
writing. 

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). A 
demanding person could make your 
evening miserable, unless you prac- 
tice your good attitude exercises. The 
Arrogant One will get weaker. 

Libra (Sept. 23~-Oct. 23). Curtail 
romance long enough to get your lat- 
est assignment. If you're invited out 
for a drive, go. Friends, travel and 
romance are all favored. 

Scorpio (Oct 24-Nov. 21). You're 
lucky, but there's not quite enough 
money. If you choose to get a loan, 
do it. Finish overdue chores. 

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). A 
bill comes due. Hopefully you have 
enough gas money left for a drive. 
Draw up a budget and start your sav- 
ings program. 

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). 
There's too much to do — get a part- 
ner to help. Research ways to make 
more money and get your application 
in. Travel after an exhilarating com- 
petition. 

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Love 
interferes with your assignments, 
and vice versa. Make a big decision 
— maybe a forever commitment. 

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20). You're 
tuned in to a loved one's needs — 
maybe with more insight into the 
problem than he or she has. Provide 
comfort and then get back to work. 

If You're Having a Birthday 
This Week: If you're so smart, why 
ain't you rich? Put in the correction 
this year. Learn something that will 
help you unleash your natural talents. 



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1/e<Mt It*... 

• Seasonal Plants 

• Year-Round Full Floral Service 
-Weddings and Parties 
-Sympathy 
-All Other Occasions 

-Fruit Baskets and Balloons 
-Arrangements or Loose Cut Flowers 
-Local or World Wide Delivery 

All Major Credit Cards Accepted 
240 Alden Road, Fairhaven • 990-3333 



Mattapoisett Free Public Library 

Kids can start a sparkling summer at the 
library with the 1996 summer reading "Catch the 
Summer Star Spark! Read!" This summer, the library 
will light young people's imaginations with 
activities focusing on related themes such as 
creativity, inventions, the stars, and energy. Visit the 
library to explore the world, adventure into new 
realms of knowledge, maintain reading skills during 
the summer vacation, and just have fun! 

Stop in at the library at 7 Barstow Street or 
call 758-4171 beginning on Tuesday, June 18 to 
register your child in either the Reader's Club (for 



Yuppy Puppy & Friends 




Is your dog ready for fun in the sun? 

• Sunglasses • Visors • Bandanas • 

Life Preservers • Canteens 

Come in and Visit our 

Doggie Bakery 

8 County Road (Rt. 6) Mattapoisett 
758-6474 

Hours: Mon.10-5, Tues. Closed, wed. -Sat. 10-5, Sun. 10-2 



(ffhsfants 



• Roast Turkey Dinner 

Every Thursday Night ! 

Award Winning Chowder 

• The Freshest Seafood 

• Great Grilled Burgers 

• Great Sandwiches 
• Original Salads 




restaurant and bar 

41 WILLIAM STREET 
NEW BEDFORD 



VISA. 



AMERICAN 
EXPRESS 



Gift Certificates 

Make Great Anniversary and 
Graduation Presents! 



993-7477 

Preferred Seating Always Available 

Waterfront 

Historic District 

Exit 15 Off 195 



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LEGAL NOTICES 



TOWN OF ROCHESTER 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Rochester Board of Selectmen will conduct a public hearing on Monday, June 
17, 1996 at 7:30 PM in the Town Hall regarding the petition by New England 
Telephone Company for five jointly owned poles on Walnut Plain Road near the 
intersection of Marion Road. 

This work is necessary to safely support cable to be placed. 
Lorraine Roy Hawkes, Chairman 06/07, 06/14 



TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT 
CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, 
June 18, 1996 at 7:30 p.m. in the Mattapoisett Town Hall on the Notice of Intent 
submitted by Gail Reurent, 105 County Road, Mattapoisett, MA. 

The proposed project involves an upgrade of the existing sewage disposal system 
by installing a new septic tank and leaching area. 

The project is located at 105 County Road (Rte. 6), and is further identified as Lot 
145 on Assessors Map 8. 
Daniel Bungert, Chairman 06/14 



TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT 
CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday 
June 18, 1996 at 7:15 p.m. in the Mattapoisett Town Hall on the Request For A 
Determination of Applicability submitted by Elizabeth M. DiCarlo, 37 Dewolf Street, 
New Bedford, MA 02740. 

The proposed project is to construct second floor and rear deck onto current 
dwelling. 

The project is located at 8 Prospect Drive, Mattapoisett and is further identified as 
Lot 115 on Assessors Map 5 A. 
Daniel Bungert, Chairman 06/14 



TOWN OF ROCHESTER 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
EARTH REMOVAL PERMIT 
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Selectmen will conduct a public hearing on 
Monday, June 24, 1996, at 7:30 PM regarding the application of High Street Realty 
Trust, Jeffrey D. Youngquist, agent, who is requesting an EARTH REMOVAL PERMIT 
for 120,000 cubic yards of earth to create five acres of cranberry bogs off Ryder Road. 
Property is identified on Rochester Assessors' maps as plan 21 lot 23. 

Application submitted by Jeffrey D. Youngquist, High Street Realty Trust, 255 
Plymouth Street, P.O. Box 271, Middleboro, MA 02346. 
Rochester Board of Selectmen 
Lorraine Roy Hawkes, Chairman 
David L. Hughes 
Richard D. Cutler 06/14,06/21 



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TOWN OF ROCHESTER 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
PUBLIC HEARING LIQUOR LICENSE 
Notice is hereby given that the Rochester Board of Selectmen will conduct a public 
hearing on Monday, June 24, 1996 at 8:00 PM in the Town Hall regarding the 
application of Lloyd's Market, Inc., 4 Hartley Road, Rochester, Jay P. George, Manager, 
for the transfer of a liquor license (retail only). 

Present license holder is Lloyd's Market, Lloyd A. Vaughan, individual owner. 
Rochester Board of Selectmen 
Lorraine Roy Hawkes, Chairman 
David L. Hughes 
Richard D. Cutler 06/ 14, 06/21 



LEGAL NOTICE 
MATTAPOISETT SHORES ASSOCIATION will close its private roads to public traffic 
on the following dates: 

Pleasant View Avenue - Monday, 17 June 1996 

Grandview Avenue - Tuesday, 18 June 1996 

Highland View Avenue - Wednesday, 19 June 1996 

Bay View Avenue - Thursday, 20 June 1996 

Ocean Drive (from Pleasant View to Bay View) Friday, 21 June 1996. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
MATTAPOISETT SHORES ASSOCIATION 
JANE ZYCHOWICZ, SECRETARY 06/14 



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We welcome your questions about the current market value of your 
home. We are happy to provide you with any information you need about 
the real estate activity in this area. Ask for Liz & Mark Fredericks 




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kids ages 6-12) or the Read-To-Me Club (for kids 
ages 3-5/6). Registration ends on Saturday, July 13th. 
All children are asked to bring a picture of 
themselves. 

Over 60,000 children and families statewide 
participated in the program last year. A 1992 study 
shows that "free" or recreational reading is more 
effective than classroom instruction to improve 
reading comprehension, vocabulary, writing and 
grammar. Not only is reading worthwhile, but 
reading at the library makes everyone a summer 
star! 



Adoptable Animals 

Animal Umbrella's plea this week is for adult 
adoptions. We have several mother cats who 
desperately need love and care. They have all 
recently weaned kittens, been spayed and vaccinated 
and are just sitting and waiting for the right person 
to take them into their homes. They include: a gray 
and white part angora, two short hair tigers with 
green eyes, a real sweet short hair torti, a long hair 
calico and a short hair white and orange cat. 

Kittens, Kittens, Kittens! Yes, we have lots of 
adorable very adoptable ranging in age from 6-12 



HEARTS AND HANDS and the 
MATTAPOISETT POLICE 

Invite you to their annual 

BIKE-A-THON 

1-25 miles 

To benefit Hearts & Hands, Inc. - June 30, 1996 

Start - Salvation Army Thrift Store, Finish - Ned's Point 

Celebrate after the race - Fun, Food and Entertainment • Prizes Awarded 

For more information 
and your pledge 
package call: 

758-1300 

Hearts and Hands is a non-profit Christian organization whose purpose is to 

provide support to medically fragile children and their families 
"With your Hearts and our Hands, we can make a difference" 




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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 



CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 



LEGAL NOTICES 



For Sale: Riding Mower 36" Craftsman 10 H.P. 
Runs and cuts fine. $200. 758-2299 

For Sale: 14' solid oak top bar. L-shaped with 

corner entrance & dividers. $700/b.o. 758- 

2299 



ROOMMATE WANTED to share beautiful, 

sunny 2 bedroom apartment in New Bedford 

(Buttonwood Pk). Female, no pets, extra 

amenitities, $350/month includes utilities. 

Call 994-2722 



'89 Ford Taurus GL, one owner, garaged, 
phone included, excellent condition. 758-2965 

YARD SALE: Saturday, June 15 only, 31 Pine 
Island Road, Mattapoisett. 8am to ? 

For Sale: 17 ft Coleman Fiberglass Canoe. 

Paddles & anchor. 2 yrs old, Not used last 

year. $300 firm. 758-4353 

YARD SALE: 127 Walnut Plain Road 

Rochester, Household items, oak table, futon, 

butcher table. Rain or Shine 

Saturday June 15th 8-3 



Mooring for rent in Mattapoisett harbor. Call 
758-2350 

NEED A BABYSITTER? 

Friendly High School Student 

Mature & Responsible 

Prior experience & Hexible hours 

Loves Children! call Erin 758-3286 

N1COLSON TIRE COMPANY 

WHOLESALERS OF ALL MAJOR BRANDS 

NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 

Bridgestone, Firestone, Michelin, General, 

Goodyear, Dunlop, Pirelli, Uniroyal, 

Yokohoma, B.F. Goodrich. 

Mounting and computerized balancing 

available. 

Call Jim or Dawn Nicolson 996-6776 

Bedroom set, solid mahogany, colonial 

reproduction, early 1900's 4 post bed, 

highboy, bureau, nightstand. Bookcase 

74"x49", 6 shelves, wood. 999-2758 



BMW 635 CSI, red, in perfect condition. 

Service had been at Newport Imports and 

records available. Although this car is a 1985 

and has high highway mileage it is a 

beautiful, like new, dependable vehicle that 

may become a collectors item. $12,000 or best 

offer. Call Peter: days 995-5118, evenings 758- 

4704 

Mattapoisett Village - Newly renovated 1 

bedroom apartment. Avail July 1. Year-round. 

$515 (includes heat) No pets or smoking, 

please. 758-3931 



TENT AVAILABLE 

Full canopy (20'x30) with side panels 

Suitable for functions 

Call for rates 994-3527 



MARION VILLAGE 

Small Room Rental - Share House (Female). 

Available July 6. 748-1875 

YARD SALE - SATURDAY June 15, 9-2, 31 

Church St. Mattapoisett, (Corner Church &c 

Mechanic Sts) Children's equip, toys, clothes, 

Exercise equip &c LOTS MORE! No early 

birds, Please. 

YARD SALE: Saturday June 15th, 12 Randall 

Road, Mattapoisett. New Refrigerator, 

washer, dryer, go cart, air conditioner and 

MISCELLANEOUS 

For Sale: New Refrigerator, Washer, Dryer, 
Air Conditioner, Color Console TV. 758-3150 

ST. JUDE'S NOVENA 

May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, 

glorified, loved and preserved throughout the 

world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, 

pray for us. St. Jude,worker of miracles, pray for 

us. St. Jude, help of the hopeless, pray for us. 

Say this prayer 9 times a day. By the 8th day 

your prayer will be answered. Say it for 9 days. 

It has never been known to fail. Publication 

must be promised. Thank You, St. Jude. L.N. 



ST. JUDE'S NOVENA 

May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, 

glorified, loved and preserved throughout the 

world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, 

pray for us. St. Jude,worker of miracles, pray for 

us. St. Jude, help of the hopeless, pray for us. 

Say this prayer 9 times a day. By the 8th day 

your prayer will be answered. Say it for 9 days. 

It has never been known to fail. Publication 

must be promised. Thank You, St. Jude. J.B. 

ST. JUDE'S NOVENA 

May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, 

glorified, loved and preserved throughout the 

world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, 

pray for us. St. Jude,worker of miracles, pray for 

us. St. Jude, help of the hopeless, pray for us. 

Say this prayer 9 times a day. By the 8th day 

your prayer will be answered. Say it for 9 days. 

It has never been known to fail. Publication 
must be promised. Thank You, St. Jude. S.E.B. 



A POWERFUL PRAYER TO THE HOLY SPIRIT 

Holy Spirit, you who solve all problems, who 

light all roads so I can attain my goals, you who 

give me the divine gifts to forgive and forget all 

evil against me, in this short prayer, to thank 

you for all things and confirm once again that I 

never want to be separated from you, even in 

spite of all material illusions. I wish to be with 

you in eternal glory, thank you for your mercy 

towards me and mine. The person must say 

this prayer for three consecutive days. After 

three days, the favor requested will be granted, 

even if it may appear difficult. This prayer 

must be published immediately after the favor 

is granted without mentioning the favor. Only 

your initials shall appear at the bottom. L.M. 



TOWN OF ROCHESTER 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
Notice is hereby given that the Rochester 
Board of Selectmen will conduct a public 
hearing on Monday, June 17, 1996 at 7:15PM 
in the Conference Room of the Rochester 
Town Hall regarding the application of 
Center Garage Realty Trust, 494 New Bedford 
Road, for two underground storage tanks 
(14,000 gasoline and 4,000 gallon diesel fuel); 
one 1,000 above ground propane tank and 
one above ground 250 gallon kerosene tank. 
Lorraine Roy Hawkes, Chairman 
David L. Hughes 
Richard D. Cutler 06/07, 06/ 14 



TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT 
CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Mattapoisett Conservation 
Commission will hold a public hearing on 
Tuesday, June 18, 1996 at 7:45 p.m. in the 
Mattapoisett Town Hall on the Amended 
Order Of Conditions submitted by Henderson 
and Joan Inches, 8 Windsor Road, Wellesley 
Hills, MA. 

The proposed project is to repair, improve 
and license their stone and concrete pier. 

The project is located at 12 Ned's Point 
Road, Mattapoisett , and is further identified 
as Lot 110 on Assessors Map 7. 
Daniel Bungert, Chairman 06/14 



TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT 

BOARD OF APPEALS 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS 

Notice is hereby given that the 
Mattapoisett Board of Appeals will hold a 
Public Hearing on the following applications: 

Application of David and Colleen Johns of 
15 Oakland Street, Mattapoisett, MA re 
property located at 15 Oakland Street. The 
applicants are seeking a Special Permit under 
Section III.2.b of the Zoning By-Law to 
demolish an existing detached garage and 
construct an attached garage to a non- 
conforming structure and lot. The property is 
further described as Lot 20, Plat 8 on the 
Assessors Map. The hearing will be held in 
the Town Hall Conference Room on 
Thursday, June 20, 1996 at 7:20 P.M. #769 

Application of Timothy and Greta Fox of 7 
Ned's Point Road, Mattapoisett, MA re 
property located at 7 Ned's Point Road. The 
applicants are seeking a Special Permit under 
Section III.2.b of the Zoning By-Law to 
construct an addition and deck to a non- 
conforming structure which will not meet the 
required setbacks. The property is further 
described as Lot 7, Plat 26 on the Assessors 
Map. The hearing will be held in the Town 
Hall Conference Room on Thursday, June 20, 
1996 at 7:40 P.M. #770 

Complete applications and plans as filed 
are available for inspection in the Office of the 
Town Clerk during normal office hours. 
Sincerely, 

William D. Armitage, Chairperson 
Jeffrey R. Chase 
Nancy L. O'Brien 
Robert Bertrand 
Girard F. Oliva 06/07, 06/14 



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Route 6, Mattapoisett, Next to Hillside Motel 

Graphic Design 
Outdoor Signs 
Truck Lettering 
Boat Transoms 
Magnetics 
Computer Vinyls 
Banners 

758-2853" 

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weeks. All are vet checked and vaccinated. These 
will all be on display at our next cat/kitten adoption 
day at Denise's Pet Care Center on Route 6 in 
Mattapoisett on Sunday, June 23rd. 

Thanks to those who responded to our plea 
for volunteers and foster homes, and the need is still 
there if you can join us in some way. 

At the Fairhaven Shelter, there are still three 
8-week-old puppies and a 6 month old boxer puppy, 
a full grown black and chocolate lab and a somoyed. 
The mother of the puppies is also available, she is a 
medium sized mostly white dog and very obedient. 
Call Kristen at 979^028 if interested in adopting the 



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WANTED TO BUY 
ALL ANTIQUES 

Honest Prices Paid for 

Furniture - Mahogany, Oak, Walnut, Etc. 

Paintings - Local Artists, Etc. 

Sterling 

Prints - Curriers, Audubons, Woodblock, Etc. 

China - English, German, 

French, Japanese, Chinese, Etc. 

Fine Glass - Pairpoint, Sandwich, 

Mt. Washington, Lalique, Etc. 

Toys - 70' s & Earlier 

Military - Civil War, WW I, WW II 

Nautical Items - Ship Models, Etc. 

Clocks - Banjo, Grandfathers, Etc. 

Many Other Items Not Listed 

One Piece or Estates Purchased 

Local References Upon Request 

Prompt Courteous Service 

Please Call Anytime 

992-4673 - Carlton Thatcher 

Attics? Cellars? Barns? 




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COMPLETE TREE CARE 

We help your trees stay healthy for more 
beautiful and valuable property. Services 
include consulting, pruning & feeding, 
cabling and bracing, tree and stump 
removal, pest & Disease control & Clear- 
ing. 



LAWN IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 

We are certified irrigation professionals. 
We design and install residential & 
commercial systems. A certified backflow 
tester. 



G. BOURNE KNOWLES 

267 Huttleston Ave., (Rt. 6), Fairhaven • (508) 997-8146 




LANDSCAPING 

We can maintain your outdoor space to 
help protect your investment. Complete 
design creating a master plan ... installa- 
tion of lawns, trees, shrubs, patios, walls, 
walks, water garden and flower beds. 



LAWN CARE 

We can keep your lawn area healthy with 
our 5 step program, weekly lawn cutting 
and shrub pruning. 



We are Insured and Guarantee Our Work! 



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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 


Wanted: Spring <5c Summer Maternity Wear & 
Plus Sizes; Baby Furniture. Family Consign- 
ment, 2171 Acushnet Ave, New Bedford. 998- 
7728 


LET'S GO BOATING! 
BOSTON WHALERS: New, used & broker- 
age. Models from 11-27' 
OUTBOARD MOTORS: Evinrude, Honda & 
Yamaha 
Dinghies: Avon, Pilot & APEX. 
See Greg at BURR BROS BOATS, Route 6, 
Marion. 508-748-0911 


MOVING-MUST SELL! Bassett Bedroom 
Dresser and Desk with chair, Oak Bookcase, 

Basset Crib complete, Computer Table, 

mauve Upholstered chair, Utility Trailer, twin 

oak Bar Stools with red seats, and Washer/ 

Dryer, some small items. Please call 758-6674, 

evenings best. 


WATKINS 

products 

991^550 or 9944634 


1991 BMW 318is-5 speed, A/C, sunroof, ABS, 

air bag. Well maintained by factory trained 

technician, records available. Excellent 

condition. $10,600 or B.O. 508-748-2248 


CRESCENT BEACH. 1 bedroom furn. 

guesthouse behind beachfront home. Sleeps 3- 

4. Available 6/29-7/13. $400/week. Call 603- 

429-2576 or Smith Assoc. 758-3875 


West Island rental, 3 BR, waterfront. $800/ 

wk. Dorothy Cate, Century 21, Hughes & 

Carey. 992-4011 


74, O'Day w /fixed keel, sleeps four, complete 

w/9.9 o.b. less than lOhrs, rebuilt motor, w/ 

trailer, $3000 or b.o. Call 758-9463 

LISTINGS, LISTINGS, LISTINGS 

One of the best times to advertise your house 

is now. If you are thinking about selling your 

house, and want experience and dedication 

representing you, call me today. Fred Avery/ 

Fisher&Rocha Inc. 758-9463 


Domestic Help, Housecleaning, Pet sitting, 

Housesitting, Errand Runs,Reasonable rates, 

reliable , professional. Marion resident. Call 

Amy 748-3360 


Wanted: Summer Babysitter for 10 1 /2 yr old 

girl, in Marion. Late afternoons, some 

evenings and weekend days. Good salary. 

Please call 508-887-8558 


Tandy Computer TL 1000, Monitor CM-II, 

Modem 2400X, Printer DMP133 & Software 

$350.00 or B.O. 758-9359 


For Rent - 3 bedroom waterfront home on 

Crescent Beach Avail 8/24-8/31. Also, 

winter rental 9/96-6/97. Call 617-878-7620 

weekdays, 758-4222 weekends. 


DP Fit For Life, Gympac 2000 Fitness System. 
$75.00 or Best Offer. 758-9359 


Married couple in our forties with an eight 

year old son looking to rent in Mattapoisett. 

Modest rent a must. Please call 998-1329 


SUNDECKS 
Call Dave 
993-1263 


OLD ROCHESTER REGIONAL HIGH 

SCHOOL 

PART-TIME COOK 

There is an opening for a part-time Cook 

position at the Old Rochester Regional High 

School in Mattapoisett, MA. Knowledgeable 

in the standards of food preparation 

Applications may be obtained at the 

Superintendent's Office and mailed by June 

28, 1996 to: 

Linda Gavaza, Food Service Director 

Old Rochester Regional School District 

135 Marion Road 

Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

E.O.E. 


Septic Tank aids react on organic waste to 

improve performance of Septic System. Local 

distributor. 995-8565 


For Sale: Hamilton Beach, Wareham 2 

Bedroom, Year Round Cape, Private Area, 

Waterviews, Beautiful Beach $121,000. Call: 

603-435-7597 


Babysitter 

758-4384 

drivers license preferred, year round 


For Sale: 16" Wood Burning Stove complete 

with stainless steel insulated chimney and all 

necessary hardware for installation. $450. 748- 

0703 


Mike's Landscaping Service. All your 

gardening needs, reasonable rates, no job too 

small. Please call Mike at 763-2590 


Rental: Newly renovated, two bedroom, 

minutes walking to the beach. Heat & AC, in 

&c out shower, No pets, No smoking, Sec Dep 

required. Several weeks available. $750/wk. 

Call 401-437-1121 


30" Electric Stove, White 

- $75 or Best Offer 

758-6587 


ROCHESTER MEMORIAL SCHOOL 

PART-TIME COOK 

There is an opening for a part-time Cook 

position at the Rochester Memorial School in 

Rochester, MA. Knowledgeable in the 

standards of food preparation. Applications 

may be obtained at the Superintendent's 

Office and mailed by June 28, 1996 to: 

Linda Gavaza, Food Service Director 

Old Rochester Regional School District 

135 Marion Road 

Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

E.O.E. 


JAVLIN 14' O'DAY with Trailer, Main Jib & 
Spinnaker. $700. 508-748-3333 

For Sale: Beautiful Herreshoff kayak-Dacron 

over wood-rowing or paddling-Best offer. 

758-6303 


7' Pick Up Cap, Very Good Condition. $375 
or Best Offer. 748-0527 


Apt For Rent Year Round, 2nd floor, 3 rooms 

incl stove, ref., heat. $500/mo, 1st mo+sec dep 

req. Call 758-2137, please leave name &c no. 


Family Day Care Openings 

Lots of Fun <k Activities 

Meals & Snacks Provided 

Call 758-6013, Lic#l 78020 


Furniture For Sale: Sofa set, wooden oak 

frame, velour cushioned back and seats. 

Excellent condition. Paid $2000. Any offer 

above $500 takes it. Double Bed complete $60, 

Large size coffee table $60. Call 758-4282 


YARD SALE - MARION 

10 Cottage Street 
Saturday June 15th, 9-3 
Something for everyone! 


14' Hobie Cat, Blue with Jib. Great Condition! 

$950. Call 60^465-3724 nights, 508-758-4780 

wknds 


ATTENTION TOYOTA OWNERS! 
Professional technician is ready to diagnose, 

repair and maintain your vehicle. Quality 
Work, Satisfaction Guaranteed, Low Prices. 

Call for details: 758-9823, leave message. 


Oak Comer Hutch, custom built with stained 

glass doors. Also, Sunburst Oak table with 

claw feet «k 4 chairs. Call: 997-8615 


For Sale: 1984 Ford Ranger 4X4 Pickup. 
Standard, great condition, bed liner. $2495 or 
Best Offer. 991-4455 days, 763-3859 evenings 


Nils Johnson 

Odd Jobs/Dump Runs 

758-9437 


MOMS & DADS 

Do You Need A Day Off? 

Licensed Child Care 

Provider is able to care 

for your child on Saturdays 

From 7am to 5 pm 
Call 758-6013 Lic# 178020 


COME FLY WITH ME 

SALTWATER FLY FISHING 

CHARTERS AND INSTRUCTION 

"Get hooked" on fly fishing for striped bass, 

bluefish and bonito. 

Call Captain Kris Jop at 748-2951 

U.S. Coast Guard Licensed 


6 painted oak kitchen chairs, $250; old bakers 
table, $250. Upcellar Antiques 758-6978 


ROCHESTER MINI VAN SERVICE 

Specializing In Airport Service 

508-763-8716 






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dogs or puppies. 

In the Lost and Found Department a 
himalayan adult cat was found in Marion. Please call 
all animal umbrella representatives for more 
information. 

If interested in any of these animals, please 
call one of the local Animal Umbrella representatives 
(unless otherwise noted): 

•Mary Lou at 758-9202 

•Priscilla at 758-2896 

•Trudy at 990-7806 



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• State Of The Art 
Computer Equipment 

• Complete Office Support 

758-4432 • 758-6295 Fax 

147 North Street 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 : 



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• Voted New Bedford's Best 
Seafood Restaurant Five 
Consecutive Years. 

• Open 7 Days each Week, llam-llpm 



• For over 26 years, Davy's has built a reputation serving 
the area's finest seafood at affordable prices. Now 
more than ever, we offer a range of meals to please 
both your taste buds and your pocket. 



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for Reservations or take-out 

Call (508) 992-7359 



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Unitarian Churches support the dignity and 
spiritual growth of all people. First Unitarian 

Church, Union and Eighth Streets, New 

Bedford— Services, Sunday 11:00 a.m. (10:00 

a.m., June — August). Religious education/ 

childcare provided. Call 994-9686 



POEMS, PRAYERS 

FAVORITE SAYINGS or THOUGHTS 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Done in Calligraphy, suitable for framing 

Reasonable rates. 

Call Pat 758-9609 

House for Rent-Nantucket 

Steps to ocean, 3BR/3BA, loft, 2 Jacuzzis, 

large deck, sleeps 9-11 easy, perfect for 

fishing, family gatherings, great get-away. 

Available 8/30-9/6, 9/13-9/20. Call 508-748- 

3037 

SUMMER RENTAL-CRESCENT BEACH, 
new 2 bedroom Cape with open living area, 
large deck overlooks beautiful ocean view, 
dishwasher, microwave, indoor & outdoor 
showers. Steps to private beach, sleeps 4-6. 
Avail. July-Aug-Sept. $700/wk. 508-758-4747 

CASH FOR OLD BOTTLES & STONEWARE. 
508-763-2582 

Summer Rental - 3 bedroom available week of 

July 21 & 28. $550/ wk. 617-269-4017. Crescent 

Beach. 

ROCHESTER APARTMENTS: Large 2 

bedroom in fully restored colonial on quiet 

country lane. $700, plus utilities. No Pets, 

references + security. Call 763-5631. 

Oceanfront rental at Harbor Beach. Newly 
built 3 bedroom home, completely furnished. 
Window walls allow for spectacular view of 
the Canal. A private beach that even has an 
outdoor grill. No pets. Call days 800-366-5302 
to reserve time at this delightful summer get- 
away. August dates available as well as 
winter rental possible. 

FREE to good home or homes. 2 indoor 

female cats, spayed and declawed. New 

Bedford 998-9907 



ACUSHNET PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 

Resumes, cover letters, all types of Word 

Processing 

Desktop Publishing 

(brochures, invitations, newletters, ads) 

Mass mailings and mail list management. 

Transcription. Day, eve, weekend appts. 

NEW: INTERNET RESUMES 

Call Helen for details. 763-9686 



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Arcade Machines 

Gameroom Collectibles 

Pinball - Slot Machines - Video 

Bought - Sold - Repaired 

758-4021 

One teaspoon of BARLEY GREEN is the 

equivalent in nutrients to two heads of 

broccoli, two heads of cabbage AND a chef's 

salad. FREE SAMPLE. 508-676-1721 



WEDDINGS PERFORMED 

Traditional or Contemporary 

Call 508-748-3333 



HOUSECLEANING 

Dependable & Thorough 

Call Tina at 295-1975 

BOB-CAT SERVICE 

Fast, Efficient, Reasonable 

Call 748-2820 

SWIMMING LESSONS at your pool or beach, 

WSI certified. Contact Shannon McGrath 758- 

9419 

Roommate wanted to share furnished 

waterfront home in Marion. $100 a week, 

utilities included. 748-0562 



The Merry Maid 

Personalized home and office cleaning 

Call Merry 748-2493, Bonded - Free Estimates 

SUMMER RENTAL, 2BR Crescent Beach, No 
pets. $400 wkly. 508-758-2107 



Summer Rental, Hamilton Beach, Wareham, 2 

bedroom, private beaches, bay boating. June 

29th, July 6th. $500/ wk. Call 603-435-7597 



COMPANION - 1 am available as a 

Companion for homebound, Alzheimer pts or 

chronically ill while family takes a break. 

998-0390 

17 Boston Whaler Montauk '77, 70hp Johnson 

'88, w/tilt and trim, '80 Shoreline trailer 

included, $5,500/bo, 617-326-9498, 508-758- 

2800 wknds. 

Share Large Home in Mattapoisett Village. 
No-smoking, no pets. $350/mo. 758-3931 



Leisure Shores, Mattapoisett, small house for 

yearly rental - Maximum 2 people, no pets 

$725. month. No util. 617- 391-3132. 



FOR RENT 

MARION OFFICE SPACE 

Luxury professional office space to share. 

Located at Old Landing. Fully furnished. Call 

Eustis Design at (508) 748-2202. 



Screened Loam - $9.50/yard - local 

Frank J. Linhares Co. 

758-4456 

Try Something New - Hatching eggs - takes 

only 17 days to hatch. Call Joan for details 

(508) 295-8759. Also deer for sale. 

Harbor Beach, Matt. Waterfront, furnished 3 

bdrm, 11/2 bath, micro, dw, ref, washer. 

dryer, carpeted, phone, outside shower. 

Spectacular view of Buzzards Bay. No pets. 

Available August 10-31 $790/wk; off season 

and 2 bedroom rental also available. 
Reasonable rates. 617-332-0884, 508-758-3142 

Elementary School Tutor - Individualized 

reading, writing math and study skills. 

Master certification for students grades 1-5. 

Call Kathy at 999-1977. Available in Marion 

and Dartmouth. 

HOUSECLEANING SERVICE 

Honest, Reliable & Thorough 

Call 758-9506 

Mattapoisett Village - 2 bedroom apt for rent, 
2nd floor. 758-3131 



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Edgewater Bed and Breakfast 

Romantic 

Setting 

for a 

Get- A way 

Weekend 

Fireplaces 

Private Baths 

Cable Television 

2 Oxford Street, Fairhaven, MA 02719 • (508) 997-5512 
VISA, MasterCard, and American Express accepted 




ORR 

Mr. Dwayne Cameron, Mathematics 
Coordinator for the Old Rochester Regional School 
District, has recently been invited by the College 
Board, for the sixth consecutive year, to be a reader 
for the Advanced Placement Calculus Exam next 
month at Clemson University. Mr. Cameron has been 
a teacher for the district for the past 27 years and has 
been coordinator for the Mathematics Department 
for the past 21 years. 

In addition to this, Mr. Cameron was recently 
elected President of the Association of Teachers of 



BABBITT WOODWORKS 

Showroom pieces on sale to make 
room for new items. 

Regularly Sale Price 



$1175. 



$700. 



$1175. 



$700. 
$690. 



5' Harvest Table 

in cherry 

4' Drop Leaf Table 

in maple 

Elder's Writing Desk 

in oak 

Chest of Drawers 

in cherry 

Blanket Chest w/Cedar Lining $790. 

in mahogany 

4' Coffee Table $395. 

in oak 

Tall Chest with Doors $2800. $1400 

in cherry 

10:00am to 4:00pm, Tuesday-Saturday 
or by appointment 

40 Marion Road 

(behind Oxford Creamery) Mattapoisett 
Bus. 758-4599 • Res. 758-9789 



$1150. 

$2350. $1425. 

$475. 

$250. 



We Welcome Any Other Pharmacy 

Prescription Transfers. Bring in Your 

Prescription Bottles or Receipts. 

We Will Complete all Transfer 

Requirements For You. 

WE ACCEPT HARVARD/PILGRIM HEALTH CARE 

MATTAPOISETT 

Pharmacy, Inc. 

Route 6, Mattapoisett, MA 

758-3311 • 758-4212 

David P. Poulin, R.Ph., Pres. 




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THE ELEGANT SHOPPER 

Personal Shopping Service 

We offer solutions 

to your shopping needs 

Please call 508-748-6658 

for more information 


COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING SERVICES 
Your shop or mine, month end, year end, or 

year round accounting. 

STEPHANIE JO GARCIA, 701 Mill St. Marion 

(508)748-0112 


Certified Teachers w/Master's available to 

tutor math at elementary level, English & 

Writing skills from elementary to college 

level. Experienced in working with students 

w/learning disabilities and/or ADD. 

Gerri Davis Christine Peter 

Call 748-2782 


JSN 

AUTO RECONDITIONING 

At your home or office 

Waxing Washing 

Detailing Interiors 

Low Prices 'Tree Estimates" 

Jeffrey S. Nichols, Marion Resident 

1-508-748-3725 


Quality Home Improvements 

20 years + experience 

No Job Too Large or Small 

758-6306 


Jeep CJ5 Front Bucket Seats 

2 pairs with brackets 

low back, black, very good shape, 

no rips or tears, $50/ pair 

Call Lou at 758-9609 


CASH OR CONSIGNMENT 

Wanted: Preloved children's clothing (0-10), 

toys, furniture, equipment, books, accessories 

or maternity wear. FREE pick-up! 

Call "Array for Tots" 

508-994-8687 


"THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME" 

"Around The Clock" 

HEALTH CARE 

AND 

HOME ASSISTANCE 

Referrals to local Home Health Aides. 

Companions /Homemakers, Live-Ins 

FREE CONSULTATION 758-3150 


GUITAR & BASS LESSONS 

All levels 
Call Rick Hiller at 758-2808 


Rentals: Airless Paint Sprayer 

Power Washers & Wallpaper Steamers. 

Quality Paint & Wallpaper. 997-3339 

Bob's Lawn Service 

Spring Clean-Up, Dump Trips 

Cut, Bag & Trim 

758-9697 


T.L.C. -TILDENS LAWN CARE 
All Aspects of Lawn and Garden Care 

Rototilling, Fertilizing, Mowing 

Reseeding, Spring Clean-ups and More 

508-748-6891 

Your Yard Deserves T.L.C. 


PIANO LESSONS - openings available for 

children and adults. 

Call Michelle Gordon 758-3158 


SALON ELEGANCE 

A Nail Concept Salon 

74 Marion Road, Mattapoisett, 758-7867 


JULY RENTAL OPPORTUNITIES 

MARION VILLAGE near library, Yacht Club, 

playground. Spanking fresh 3 bedroom home. 

July 15-29 $800 week. Gracious Greek Revival 

home June 15- July 8 $1500 for 3 weeks. Near 

Silvershell beach, Marion 3 bedroom home 

with super views, steps to beach. July 6-27 

$850/wk. 

Race Real Estate 748-0479 


FRESH COATS, Painting & Wallpapering. No 

job too small! 508-990-2200. Woman Owned & 

Operated. Neat, clean & professional 

THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE 

Effective treatments for stress, headaches, 

whiplash, sports injuries. 

Julianne Lemlin, LMT 

34 Barstow St., Mattapoisett 

508-758-3711 
Gift Certificates Available 


NU-MAID INC. 

RES. & COM. CLEANING 

FREE ESTIMATES/INFO 

BONDED/INSURED/member BBB/Est. 1989 

508-979-1015 or 508-291-4807 


ELECTROLYSIS 
Permanent Removal of Unwanted Hair 

Pleasant, Private Office 

139 Mattapoisett Neck Rd, Mattapoisett 

Gayle M. Jarvis, R.E. 

758-2809 


NEED CASH?? 

TOP PRICES paid for old sportscards and any 

related sports memorabilia; (Autographs, 

pictures, publications, equipment, etc..) 

984-7090 


ROSELAND NURSERY & FLORIST 

247 Main St, Acushnet 
998-2110 Florist, 99S4212 Nursery 

"YOUR HANDYMAN" 

For All the Jobs and Repairs Too 

Small to Call a Contractor for, 

But Still Need to be Done!! 

(508)992-7053 


Mattapoisett Summer Rental, Harbor Beach. 
Choose your weeks, 2 bedroom house sleeps 
6, Waterview-Deck. Must See! 617-965-5857 


Mattapoisett Beachfront Rental - Furn, 2 BR, 

sleeps 6. July & Aug $700/wk, June & Sept. 

$350/wk, Oct to May $210/wk. Call 999-4388 







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Mathematics in New England and will serve in that 
position through 1998. 

ORR Junior High School 

Mother/Daughter Math-Science Symposium 

Dr. Vanessa M. Britto, M.D. will be one of the 
featured speakers at the Mother/Daughter Math- 
Science Symposium on Saturday, June 15th from 8:00 
am until noon at ORRJHS. Dr. Britto is a graduate of 
Wareham High School, Class of 1976 and the 
University of Illinois College of Medicine. She is 
married to Dr. Galen Henderson, Chief Resident in 
Neurology at Brigham and Women's Hospital in 



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TRAVEL 

162 Huttleston Ave., Fairhaven, MA 02719 

991-4300 

HOT PRICES FROM YOUR 
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WALT DISNEY ALL STAR 

FROM $299 00 

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FROM $269 00 



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Great'Scapes Nursery 

• Trees, shrubs and groundcovers 

• Herbs, annuals, hanging baskets 

• Large selection of perennials 

• New Spring Hours, Mon.-Sat 8am-7pm, Sun. 9am-5pm 



87 County Rd. (Rt. 6) Mattapoisett 

758-9755 





Also at this location: Jilly's Antiques 

Specializing in Wrought Iron, Furniture and 
Architectural Antiques 



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LEBARON PAINTING 

Barry L. Barrows 

Interior & Exterior Painting and Staining. 

Professional-Experienced-Insured. Free 

Estimates-References. Call 758-2635. 

CAPEWAY CUSTOM FENCE 

Specializing in 

Custom Wood 

Old Fashioned Picket 

Stockade 

Post and Rail 

All Types of Repairs 

Free Estimates-Call 758-9242. 

CUSTOM WINDOW TREATMENTS 

All types of window treatments: drapes, 

curtains, balloon and roman shades. All 

custom to your windows. Also cushion 

covers, light upholstery, pillows and bedding. 

References. Call Melinda Smith 758-9404. 

NEED INTERIOR/EXTERIOR PAINTING? 

Let me show you how I've built 10 years of 

happy and satisfied customers. Competent 

and quality work, good communication. 

Excellent References! 

Call Scott LaDoucer 291-2346. 

SONNY'S SALES AND SERVICE 

Sewing Machines-Vacuums- Small 

Appliances-Scissors 

Pick-up and Delivery 758-6438 

FAMILY AFFAIR 

Lawns-Gardens- Yard Care 

758-6438 

"•"•CAMERAS"*** 

Bought, Sold, and Traded 

Bellemare's Shutterbug 

Camera /Photo Store 

758-3550 

THE HUNGRY PAINTER 
763-5521 

LAWNS MOWED & MAINTAINED 

Call: SHAUN'S LAWNS 

758-9864 

K W POWERWASHING & PAINTING 

WEATHER BEATEN SHINGLES, BACK TO 

NEW, BOOK FOR SPRING NOW 

CALL KEVIN AT (508)997-2892 

DONALD R. LAKE 

Carpenter Contractors 

Complete Remodeling 

Additions- Custom Building - Roofing - 

Painting 

(508)758-3335 



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LETTERS, RESUMES, REPORTS 

Professionally Prepared <Sr Typed 

Reasonable Rates-Confidential 

Available Most Evenings 

Call Pat at 758-9609 



ELECTRICIAN 

Specializing in "Small Jobs" 

***CALL DICK*** 

***998-7414*** 

MA. LIC. E 18607. Fully Insured. 

*24 Hour Emergency Service* 

*Senior Citizen Discount* 

Security System Consultant 



TIMBER LINES 

Power Lines 

Tree Trimming & Chipping 

Mark D. Blouin 508-748-0171 

For Lease: Up to 8,400 sq.ft. of space in the 
Mattapoisett Ind. Park. This space includes 
2,000 sq.ft. furnished office space with storage 
mezzanine above, loading dock, 2 drive in 
OH doors, all storage space has 18'-20' clear 
height . Call John at 758-4915 



Chic's Music 

Fender Guitars and Amps 

Cases, Stands, Tuners 

Children's guitar $39 and up 

5 pc Drum Set $359 and up 

Congas, Stools, Cymbals 

All at discount prices 

67 Main Street Fairhaven, MA 508-992-1933 



BASIC DOG TRAINING 

$100/5 week course Tuesday evenings. 

Personal attention, 5-8 students 

Call Jeannie Chase 508-748-3976 

THE FLUES BROTHERS 

Chimney Sweeps Certified 

Insured services. Chimney liners, caps, stoves 

installed, pre-fab chimneys, free stove 

painting 
John O'Donnell, Lakeville 947-5288 

MARSHA ANN HARTLEY 

CLEANING SERVICE 

References available 

763-4965 



HOME CARE CHIROPRACTIC 

EDWIN C. DUNTON, CHIROPRACTOR 

Twenty-Five Years Experience. Quality 

Professional Chiropractic Care in your own 

home for a fee of $20.00 per visit 

For an Appointment call 763-4965. 

Family Rate Available 



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[venlngs, Holidays and Weekend) 
758-4986 or 758-3348 



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CLASSIFIED RATES: 

Classified Advertisements are $3.00 for 3 lines 

or less per week. 

Each additional line is 50t per week. 

CLASSIFIED POLICY: 

All Classified Advertisements must be 
PREPAID and will not appear until payment 
is received. WE CAN NOT TAKE ANY 
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS OVER 
THE PHONE. 

MAILING CLASSIFIED ADS: 

Ads can be mailed with payment to P.O. Box 
102, Mattapoisett, MA 02739, 

DROPPING OFF CLASSIFIEDS: 

or dropped by our office at 55 County Road in 
Mattapoisett, Monday-Friday, 9am to 3pm. 

CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: 

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paper. 

CLASSIFIED GUIDELINES: 

'As a general rule there are appoximately 25 
letters/characters per line in a standard 
classified ad. 

• Blank Lines CAN NOT be used in Classified 
Advertisements. 

•There is NO BOLD FACE TYPE in 
Classified Advertisements - Only UPPER 
CASE and lower case lettering. 

• No Graphics may be used in Classified Ads. 

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS: 

• Legal Ads are 50t per line, at a minimum of 
$5.00 per ad. 

• Conservation Commission Advertisements 
are $10 per insertion. 




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Liberty Auto Parts, Inc. 

4 NAPA} 2 Main Street ' Acushnet 
«V (508) 995-NAPA (6272) 



354 Dartmouth Street, New Bedford 
999^313 

2544 Cranberry Highway, Wareham 
(508) 295-4345 or (508) 763-8332 



Boston. 

Young women in grades 5-9 are invited to 
attend this presentation and to speak with Dr. Britto, as 
well as Captain Nancy St. Yves of U.S. Air and the other 
women presenters who can share information on how 
to pursue a non-traditional career. 
Adult Classes 

The ORPEA Upholstery class is announcing that 
there are three openings in their class which meets on 
Tuesday from 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm. Accommodations 
are available for storing the furniture there in the 
classroom as they are working on them. Please call Dr. 
Eileen Marland, 758^1928, at the Old Rochester Regional 
Junior High School for further details. 



Classic Designs 




Leather Factory Outlet 

Father's Day is Sunday, June 16! Classic 
Designs has great gift ideas like our shaving kits 
in two sizes, or perhaps a note pad, planner or 
briefcase. Drop in and see our selection of canvas, 
tapestry and leather! 

Gift Certificates Available 

Hours: Tues. June 18 through Friday June 21-11:00 to 3:00 



4 Church Street Ext. (Route 6) 

(Opposite Don's Tire) 

Mattapoisett 

758-2063 



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UV BRICK 
FARM 

Herts, 

Perennials, 



We are proud to announce 
our Qrand Opening! 

Come and see our spectacular perennials, bril- 
liant annuals, fragrant herbs, and much, much 
more. Special orders welcome. 



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BOB ADAMS - PAINT & PAPER 

Interior Painting & Wallcovering /Exterior 

Painting & Staining. FREE ESTIMATES. Call 

758-2822 


EXECU-MAID, INC. 

DAILY -WEEKLY - BIWEEKLY 

Staff of over 40 trained specialists to serve you 

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL including: 

yachts, sailboats, cabin cruisers, marinas, 

bed /breakfasts, RV's 

BONDED-INSURED-REFERENCES-FAMILY 

OPERATED 

OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK BY 

APPOINTMENT. 

Window washing, Mildew removal, General, 

Spring, Move-ins/Outs, Rental Turnovers 

Drug Screened & Reference Checked Staff. 

FREE ESTIMATES. Credit cards accepted. 

We sell commercial mats, electrolux bags, 

hoses, power nozzles. Also vac. repairs 

1-800-464-8887 ext 5 508-758-9027 


WILL CLEAN 

Attics, Cellars, Barns etc. 

for contents and/or small fee. 

Dump Runs also done 

Call R.Menard 758-3505 

PETER M. O'DONNELL CONSTRUCTION 

Vinyl Siding, Aluminum Gutters and Trim. 

Roofing, Cedar Shingles and Clapboard. 

License No. 037601. Insured. Free Estimates. 

758-9682 


For Washer/ Dryer Repairs 

Call Dick Fluegel at 758-4650 

(Retired from Masse's Appliance). 


HARRY BENSON - HOME REPAIRS 
Interior <k Exterior Painting, Power Washing, 
Wallpaper, Decks Built &c Repaired, Carpen- 
try. 
Reasonable rates - 758-9839 


PLUMBING 'N HEATING 

"No Job Too Small" 

Call FISHER & ROCHA 

758-6738 

Master Lie. #1981c VIS A/Mastercard 


MASTERPEACE HOME CARE 

* Personal Care 

* Homemaking 
"Companionship 

"Qualified "TEAM" of Caregivers 

Hourly /Weekly/Overnight/ Live- in 

Facilitator: Terri Tripp 748-3066 


MIKE'S APPLIANCE - Sales and Service - 

Experienced with all brands. Also available 

evenings, weekends and holidays. 

Call Mike Healy at 748-2557 


PETER A. WEST 

piano tuning, repairs, appraisals 

758-6568 or 748-3274 


PAINTING SERVICE CO. 

Complete Interior - Exterior and Wallpaper 

Fully Insured. 763-8512 


DONALD O. LAKE 

Painting, Repairing, Roofing, and Shingling. 

Tel. 758-2744 


BUYING almost anything old: bottles, milk 
bottles, cranberry items, magazines, furniture, 
glassware, toys, boxes, tools, cookbooks, iron, 

pottery, paintings, prints, hunting/ fishing 
items. 763-3038 


CHARLIE'S MAINTENANCE SERVICE 

Painting - Wallpapering 

Caretaker - Odd Jobs 

Oil & Gas burner installations 

Charlie Blanchette 748-1635 


Moving? Two men and clean enclosed truck 

for hire. Licensed and insured local and long 

distance moving. $45.00/hr. D.P.U. #29374. 

(508)992-4021. 


ROOF IN DISREPAIR? 

Call THE ROOF DOCTOR. We 

guarantee a quick recovery with an 

immediate house call. 

Licensed & Insured. 758-3946 


MR. FIX ALL 

Bicycles, Lamps, Appliances, Cords, etc. 16 

Maple Ave. Marion 748-0527, anytime. 


Voice Lessons 
Call Joyce 758-2014 


JON NUTTER PAINTING CO. 

References 763-8901 Insured 

All types of Painting and Spray Painting 


LOOK'S ACRES KENNEL 

BOARDING DOGS AND CATS.A Home 

away from home for your pet. Call 763-5748. 


SULLrVAN'S PLUMBING & HEATING 
well pumps, water heaters, faucet replace- 
ment, all plumbing and heating. Ma. license 
#20445. Insured. 758-2341 


FURNITURE REFINISHING, Repair, Caning 

and Rush. Call Mon-Sat. 10 A.M.-5 P.M. 

748-0921. 


RETIRED ELECTRICIAN - Some Jobs Too Big 

- None Too Small. Call 992-5666 (Fairhaven) 

Russell I. Peirce Lie. #13971E. 


ELECTROLUX SERVICE & SALES-For bags 
or supplies, repairs on all makes and models 

of vacuums or CARPET SHAMPOOING 

$19.95 FOR AVERAGE SIZED ROOM, call 

TOM T1CE, local Authorized Electrolux 

Representative at 758-4542. 


FED UP WITH HAM & EGG CARPENTRY? 

For old-fashioned quality, try "The Old 

Master Craftsman". R. Scott Armbruster 758- 

2891 for all phases of repair, remodelling and 

new construction. 


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Regional Lunch Menus for June 17 -June 21 



Coastline Elderly Services 

• Monday, June 17 — Roast beef 
with gravy, oven browned potato, 
mixed vegetables, honey wheat 
bread, tapioca pudding. 

• TUesday, June 18 — Barley soup, 
rigatoni with meat sauce, Italian 
blend vegetables, rye bread, 
pineapple chunks. 

• Wednesday, June 19 — Baked 
orange chicken, mashed potato, 
beautiful vegetables, roll, 
pineapple upside down cake. 

• Thursday, June 20 — 
Cheeseburger on hamburg roll, 
roma vegetables with pasta, fresh 
orange. 

• Friday, June 21 — Baked fish, 
boiled potato with butter and 
parsley, Francais blend 
vegetables, corn bread, pears. 
For reservations/cancellations, call 
999-6400, extension 70 or 68 at least 
24 hours in advance. Menu is subject 
to change without notice. 

Center School 

• Monday, June 17 — Tuna roll, 
potato puffs, veggie sticks, 
dessert, milk. 

• Tuesday, June 18 — Chicken 
pattie on a roll, lettuce, tomato, 
oven fries, dessert, milk. 

• Wednesday, June 19 — 
Hamburger/cheeseburger, oven 
fries, veggie sticks, fruit, dessert, 
milk. 

• Thursday, June 20 — Beef taco, 
lettuce, tomato, cheese, nachos, 
fruit, dessert, milk. 

• Friday, June 21 — Cheese pizza, 
tossed salad, fruit, dessert, milk. 

Old Hammondtown School 

• Monday, June 17 — Tuna roll, 
potato puffs, veggie sticks, 
dessert, milk. 

• Tuesday, June 18 — Chicken 
pattie on a roll, lettuce, tomato, 



oven fries, dessert, milk. 

• Wednesday, June 19 — Hamburger/ 
cheeseburger, oven fries, veggie 
sticks, fruit, dessert, milk. 

• Thursday, June 20 — Beef taco, 
lettuce, tomato, cheese, nachos, fruit, 
dessert, milk. 

• Friday, June 21 — Cheese pizza, 
tossed salad, fruit, dessert, milk. 

Rochester Memorial School 

• Monday, June 17 — Tuna roll, 
potato puffs, veggie sticks, dessert, 
milk. 

• Tuesday, June 18 — Chicken pattie 
on a roll, lettuce, tomato, oven fries, 
dessert, milk. 

• Wednesday, June 19 — Hamburger/ 
cheeseburger, oven fries, veggie 
sticks, fruit, dessert, milk. 

• Thursday, June 20 — Beef taco, 
lettuce, tomato, cheese, nachos, fruit, 
dessert, milk. 

• Friday, June 21 — Cheese pizza, 
tossed salad, fruit, dessert, milk. 

Sippican School 

• Monday, June 17 — Tuna roll, 
potato puffs, veggie sticks, dessert, 
milk. 

• Tuesday, June 18 — Chicken pattie 
on a roll, lettuce, tomato, oven fries, 
dessert, milk. 

• Wednesday, June 19 — Hamburger/ 
cheeseburger, oven fries, veggie 
sticks, fruit, dessert, milk. 

• Thursday, June 20 — Beef taco, 
lettuce, tomato, cheese, nachos, fruit, 
dessert, milk. 

• Friday, June 21 — Cheese pizza, 
tossed salad, fruit, dessert, milk. 

ORR Junior High School 

• Monday, June 17 — BBQ beef sub, 
or chicken pattie, chips, pickles, com, 
dessert, juice, milk. 

• Tuesday, June 18 — Beef taco, or 
Italian sub, lettuce, tomato, nachos, 
cheese sauce, dessert, juice or milk. 



• Wednesday, June 19 — Hot dogs, 
or grilled cheese, or chicken fritters, 
macaroni salad, dessert, juice or 
milk. 

• Thursday, June 20 — Turkey salad, 
ham and cheese pocket, or ham 
and cheese croissant, chips, pickles, 
celery sticks, dessert, juice or milk. 

• Friday, June 21 — Spaghetti with 
meat sauce, or turkey sub, garlic 
bread, green beans, dessert, juice or 
milk. 

ORR High School 

• Monday, June 17 — BBQ beef sub, 
or chicken pattie, chips, pickles, 
corn, dessert, juice, milk. 

• Tuesday, June 18 — Beef taco, or 
Italian sub, lettuce, tomato, nachos, 
cheese sauce, dessert, juice or milk. 

• Wednesday, June 19 — Hot dogs, 
or grilled cheese, or chicken fritters, 
macaroni salad, dessert, juice or 
milk. 

• Thursday, June 20 — Turkey salad, 
ham and cheese pocket, or ham 
and cheese croissant, chips, pickles, 
celery sticks, dessert, juice or milk. 

• Friday, June 21 — Spaghetti with 
meat sauce, or turkey sub, garlic 
bread, green beans, dessert, juice or 
milk. 

Old Colony Regional Voke 

• Monday, June 17 — Chicken 
nuggets, hash brown patties, 
dipping sauce, broccoli, brownie. 

• Tuesday, June 18 — Orange juice, 
spaghetti with meat sauce, salad, 
roll, mixed fruit. 

• Wednesday, June 19 — Grilled hot 
dog, baked beans, potato salad, 
vegetable sticks, marble cake. 

• Tliursday, June 20 — Pineapple 
juice, Italian grinder, potato chips, 
peas, chocolate chip cookie. 

• Friday, jxine 21 — Tuna roll, or egg 
salad, French fries, carrots, fruit, 
dessert. 



June 14, 1996 



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Water Heaters, 

Faucet Replacement 



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Local Tides 



High 
a.m. p.m. 



Low 
a.m. p.m. 



June 14 
June 15 
June 16 
June 17 
June 18 
June 19 
June 20 
June 21 
June 22 
June 23 



Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 



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8:06 

8:50 

9:32 

10:15 

10:58 

11:43 

12:41 
1:29 



7:43 

8:26 

9:49 

9:49 

10:30 

11:12 

11:55 

12:29 

1:17 

2:07 



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2:04 
2:34 
3:03 
3:32 
4:04 
4:38 
5:14 
5:54 
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1:41 
2:17 
2:52 
3:28 
4:06 
4:45 
5:28 
6:15 
7:08 



Phases 
of the 
Moon 



New Moon 
First Quarter 
Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



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